Skip to main content

Full text of "Athlete, The"

See other formats


Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/athletethe198990unse 



August 1989 

Volume Lll, No.1 



^■. 







Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of State High School Associations 




Title 



Length 



Check Film 



VC0001-A-E 
VC0002-A-E 
VC0003-A-E 



VC0004-A-E 

VC0005-A-E 

VC0006-A-E 

VC0007-A-E 

VC0008-A-E 

VC0009-A-E 

VC0010 

VC0011-A-D 

VC0012-A-E 

VC0013-A-E 

VC0014-A-E 

Choose To Lead: 

VC0015-A-C 
VC0016-A-C 
VC0017-A-C 
VC0018-A-E 
VC0019-A-D 
VC0020-A-E 
VC0021-A-E 
VC0022-A-E 
VC0023-A-E 



17 Min. 
4 Min. 



Do We Or Don't We? 
Him Or Me? 
Alcohol Trigger Films: 

The Ride 

The Party 

The Mother 
Hidden Dangers 
Anything To Be A Big Boy 
Alcohol - The Unlabeled Drug 
MTV: It's Your Right To Say "NO" 
Should He Tell? 
Is It Time To Stop Pretending? 
Face To Face - On The Level 
Carolyn Cade Interviews 
Lots Of Kids Like Us 
Soft Is The Heart Of A Child 
Sons and Daughters/Drugs and Booze 



Module l-Choose Life and Leadership 

Module ll-Get Others Involved 

Module Ill-Turn Energy Into Action 

The Rally 

No Matter How You Say It . . . Say No (Isiah Thomas) 11 Min. 

Crackdown I (3rd-9th) 25 Min. 

Crackdown II (lOth-Col.) 21 Min. 

Crackdown III (parents/teachers) 50 Min. 

Benny and The Roids 25 Min. 



7 


Min 


14 


Min 


4 


Min 


14 


Min 


4 


Min 


5 


Min 


5 


Min 


15 


Min 


28 


Min 


30 


Min 


28 


Min 


90 


Min 


90 


Min 


90 


Min 


28 


Min 



Person Requesting Videos 

Name of School 

Address of School 

Phone Number 

Use Date 

Alternate Date 

Due Date 



PLEASE NOTE: Upon showing the video or utilizing the materials, you are responsible for returning them immediately to: Ttie 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522 

Please send the videos FIRST CLASS. The minimal cost will be $2.40 to $3.00. Other schools may have the videos booked. 

OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER - 1-800-248-3234 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. Lll, NO. 1 



AUGUST, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 




HOT WEATHER HINTS 

Frederick O. Mueller, Ph.D. 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 




Early tall football, cross country, soccer and field tiockey 
practice are conducted in very hot and humid weather in 
many parts of the United States. Due to the equipment and 
uniform needed in football, most of the heat problems have 
been associated with football. Under such conditions the 
athlete is subject to: 

• Heat Cramps - painful cramps and spasms of active 
muscles - most common of the calf muscle -caused in 
intense, prolonged exercise in the heat and depletions of 
water and salt due to sweating. 

• Heat Fatigue - feeling of weakness and tiredness caused by 
depletions of water and salt due to sweating and exercise in 
the heat. 

• Heal Exhaustion - characterized by extreme weakness, 
exhaustion, headache, dizziness, profuse sweating and 
sometimes unconsciousness caused by extreme depletion of 
water and salt. Key feature that is different in heat exhaustion 
from heat stroke is the sweating skin. 

• Heat Stroke - an acute medical emergency caused by 
overheating from a breakdown of the thermoregulatory 
mechanism. Associated with high rectal temperature, lack of 
sweating, disorientation, seizures and possible unconscious- 
ness or coma. It may also occur suddenly without being 
preceded by any of the other clinical signs. The individual is 
usually unconscious with a hot, dry skin and a rising rectal 
temperature. 

It is felt that the above heat stress problems can be 
controlled provided certain precautions are taken. The 
following practices and precautions are recommended: 

1 . Each athlete should have a physical examination with a 
medical history when first entering a program and an 
annual health history update. History of previous heat 
illness and type of training activities before organized 
practice begins should be included. State high school 
associations recommendations should be followed. 

2. It is clear that top physical performance can only be 
achieved by an athlete who is in top physical condition. 
Lack of physical fitness impairs the performance of an 
athlete who participates in high temperatures. Coaches 
should know the PHYSICAL CONDITION of their 
athletes and set practice schedules accordingly. 

3. Along with physical conditioning the factor of 
acclimatization to heat is important. Acclimatization is 
the process of becoming adjusted to heat and it is 
essential to provide tor GRADUAL ACCLIMATION TO 
HOT WEATHER ACTIVITIES. It is necessary for an 
athlete to exercise in the heat if he is to become 
acclimatized to it. It is suggested that a graduated 
physical conditioning program be used and that 80% 
acclimatization can be expected to occur after the first 
7-10 days. Final stages of acclimatization to heat are 
marked by increased sweating and reduced salt 
concentration in the sweat. 

4. The old idea that water should be withheld from athletes 
during workouts has NO SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION. 
The most important safeguard to the health of the athlete 
is the replacement of water. Water must be on the field 
and readily available to the athlete at all times. It is 
recommended that a minimum 10-minute water break 



be scheduled for every half hour of heavy exercise in the 
heat. Athletes should rest in a shaded area during the 
break. WATER SHOULD BE AVAILABLE IN UNLIMITED 
QUANTITIES. Check and be sure athletes are drinking 
the water. Cold water is preferable. Taking ample water 
before practice or games has also been found to aid 
performance in the heat. 

5. Salt should be replaced daily. Modest salting of foods 
after practice or games will accomplish this purpose. 
Salt tablets and glucose-electrolyte solution are not 
recommended. ATTENTION MUST BE DIRECTED TO 
REPLACING WATER - FLUID REPLACEMENT IS 
ESSENTIAL. 

6. Know both the TEMPERATURE and HUMIDITY. The 
greater the humidity the more difficult it is for the body to 
cool itself. Use of a sling psychrometer is recommended 
to measure the relative humidity. The following 
precautions are recommended when using wet-bulb 
temperature: 

66F - Safe but be sure to observe athletes most 

susceptible to heat. 

66 -78F- Caution - unlimited water on field and cold 

water is preferable. 

78F and above - Danger level - alter practice routine, 

mandatory water breaks and withhold susceptible 

athletes. 

7. Cooling by evaporation is proportional to the area of skin 
exposed. In extremely hot and humid weather reduce 
the amount of clothing covering the body as much as 
possible. NEVER USE RUBBERIZED CLOTHING. 

8. Athletes should weigh each day before and after 
practice WEIGHT CHARTS CHECKED. Generally a 3- 
percent weight loss through sweating is safe and over a 
3-percent weight loss is in the danger zone. Over a 
3-percent weight loss the athlete should not be allowed 
to practice in hot and humid conditions. Observe them 
closely under all conditions. 

9. Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble, particularly 
athletes who lose much weight, overweight athletes, and 
the eager athlete who constantly competes at his 
capacity. Some trouble signs are nausea, incoherence, 
fatigue, weakness, vomiting, cramps, weak rapid pulse, 
visual disturbance and unsteadiness. 

10. Teams that encounter hot weather during the season, 
through travel or following an unseasonably cool period, 
should be physically fit but will not be environmentally fit. 
Coaches in this situation should follow the above 
recommendations and substitute more frequently during 
games. 

11. Know what to do in case of such an emergency. Be 
familiar with immediate first aid practice and 
prearranged procedures for obtaining medical care 
including ambulance service. 

HEAT STROKE - THIS IS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY - DELAY 
COULD BE FATAL. Immediately cool body while waiting 
transfer to a hospital. Remove clothing and use cool water. An 
increasing number of medical personnel are now using a 
treatment for heat illness that involved applying either alcohol 
or cool water to the victim's skin and vigorously fanning the 
body. The fanning causes evaporation and cooling. (Source - 
The First Aider - September 1987) 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



AUGUST, 1989 



VOL. Lll, NO. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
tor mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. OeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 



— CONGRATULATIONS!! — 

1988-89 Championship 
Teams & Coaches 



VOLLEYBALL Mercy Academy 



CROSS COUNTRY 



A Girls 
AA Girls 
AAA Girls 
A Boys 
AA Boys 
AAA Boys 



Frankfort 

Warren East 

Pulaski County 

Cordia 

Fort Campbell 

Trinity 



Rick Blackwell 



Frank Miklavcic 
Rick Wood 
Gail Hurt 
Elmer Combs 
Leon Lange 
Rich Rostel 



BOARD OF CONTROL 



Tates Creek 



Gary Mayrwieser 



President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Pearl Ray Lefevers 
(1988-1992) Kettle Island, Charles Miller (1986-1990) 
Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1992) Morehead, Jack 
Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989-1993) 
Murray, Liz Trabandt (1 988-1 991 ) Ashland; State Department 
of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 



FOOTBALL 

A 

AA 
AAA 
AAAA 



Pikeville 
Fort Knox 
Covington Catholic 
Trinity 



WRESTLING Trinity 



Millard How/ard 
Joe Jaggers 
Lynn Ray 
Dennis Lampley 

Ken Ellenbrand 



HEAT EXHAUSTION - OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE AT ONCE. 
Cool body as you would for heat stroke while waiting for 
transfer to a hospital. Give fluids if athlete is able to swallow 
and is conscious. 

SUMMARY - The main problem associated with exercising in 
hot weather is water loss through sweating. Water loss is best 
replaced by allowing the athlete to drink as much water as he 
likes, whenever he wishes. The small amount of salt lost in 
sweat is adequately replaced by salting food to individual 
taste at mealtime. Talk to your medical personnel concerning 
emergency treatment plans. 



;p)ie[]AL [M@TDC[ 



Boys 
Girls 



BASKETBALL 



Boys 
Girls 



Girls 
Boys 



St. Xavier Marty O'Toole 

Notre Dame Academy Joan Mazzaro 



Pleasure Ridge Park Dale Mabrey 
Clay County Donnie Gray 



Henry Clay 
Bowling Green 



BASEBALL Lafayette 
SOFTBALL Mercy Academy 



Kay Smith 
Danny Spillman 

Steve Chandler 
Mark Evans 



PART II EXAMS FOR FOOTBALL, SOCCER 
AND VOLLEYBALL — SEPTEMBER 11 

The Part II examination must be taken under supervision. It 
will be given by the local assigning secretary and/or at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington, or other sites as designated 
by the K.H.S.A.A. Any exception to the above must be 
cleared with the Commissioner. 



TENNIS 



Girls Singles 


Ky. Country Day 


Mary F. Hendershot 


Girls Doubles 


Sacred Heart 


Cathy Stovall 


Boys Singles 


Dixie Heights 


Tom Wischer 


Boys Doubles 


St. Xavier 


Joe Kroh 


TRACK 






A Girls 


Frankfort 


Frank Miklavcic 


A Boys 


Danville 


E.G. Plummer 


AA Girls 


Fort Knox 


Dave Shufelt 


AA Boys 


Paducah Tilghman 


Lyman Brown 


AAA Girls 


Pulaski County 


Gordon Bocock 


AAA Boys 


Henderson County 


David Mitchell 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



[^ELEA^ 



KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION 

OF 

PEP ORGANIZATION SPONSORS 



-^ 



The Kentucky Asssociation of Pep Organization Sponsors (KAPOS) is pleased to recognize thirteen 
1 989 Stella S. Gilb Scholarship winners: Carrie Bowling, Laurel County H.S.; Renee' Daulton, Jessamine 
County H.S.; Tracy Elliott, Bourbon County H.S.; Laura Ellis, Oldham County H.S.; Dawn Ford, Ohio 
County H.S.; Melinda Pauley, Fort Thomas Highlands H.S. (picture not available); Ashley Ousley, 
Reidland H.S.; Lisa Perry, Hughes Kirk H.S.; Elisa Stanley, Williamstown H.S.; Renae Topper, Owensboro 
Catholic H.S.; Stacie Renee Waters, Scott H.S.; Renee' Wright, Reidland H.S.; and Linda K. Young, Bryan 
Station H.S. Each recipient was chosen for academic and leadership ability and will receive $500. Since 
1964, KAPOS has awarded 65 scholarships in the amount of $43,100. Applications for the 1990 
scholarships will be available in January. Any cheerleader at a KAPOS member school is eligible. 




Carrie Bowling 
Laurel County 
High School 



Renee' Daulton 

Jessamine County 

High School 



Tracy Elliott 

Bourbon County 

High School 



Laura Ellis 

Oldham County 

High School 




Dawn Ford 
Ohio County High School 



Ashley Ousley 
Reidland High School 



Lisa Perry Elisa Stanley 

Hughes Kirk High School Williamstown High School 




Renae Topper 

Owensboro Catholic 

High School 



Stacie Renee Waters 
Scott High School 



Renee' Wright 
Reidland High School 



Linda K. Young 
Bryan Station 
High School 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



1988-1989 GIRLS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

ELIZABETHTOWN COUNTRY CLUB, ELIZABETHTOWN 

May 31 -June 1, 1989 




Individual Winner 
Lisa Weissmueller, Henry Clay - 144 




TEAM CHAMPION - HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 



Elizabeth Brandenburgh, Henry Clay ... 153 

Kim Tyrer. Franklin Co 157 

Tracy Hughes, Casey Co 161 

Karia Kaye Hopper. Madison Central ... 164 

Henry Clay 675 

North Hardin 738 

Madison Central 740 

Casey County 742 

Murray 755 

Woodford County 761 



INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Meredith Howe, Murray 166 

Tracye Furlong, Woodford Co . . 166 

Sandy Stokley, Somerset 168 

Jennifer McGohon, Oldham Co. ... 170 

TEAM SCORES 

Owen County 783 

Franklin-Simpson 790 

Assumption 804 

Oldham County 818 

Johnson Central 820 

Glasgow 821 



Jamie Towler, Trigg Co 1 70 

Allyson Hartley, Russellville .... 171 
Tressa Carlisle, North Hardin ... 171 



Taylor County 841 

Sacred Heart 862 

Paintsville 862 

Calloway County 864 



1988-1989 BOYS' GOLF CHAMPIONS 

LINCOLN TRAIL COUNTRY CLUB, VINE GROVE 

MAY 31 -JUNE 1,1989 




Individual Winner 
Tommy Rupert - Boyd County - 146 




TEAM CHAMPION - BOWLING GREEN HIGH SCHOOL 



Chad Dawson, Franklin Co 147 

John Cain, Somerset 149 

P.J. McDougal. Bowling Green .. 149 

Bryan Baysinger, Glasgow 150 



♦Bowling Green 622 

St. Xavier 622 

Trinity 634 

Henry Clay 635 

Glasgow 639 

Franklin County 641 

Somerset 641 



INDIVIDUAL SCORES 

Russ Johnson, Trinity . 150 

Kevin Hurst, Owensboro ...... 150 

Greg Demling, St. Xavier ...... 151 

Brad Lehmann, Trinity . 152 

TEAM SCORES 

Covington Catholic 656 

Graves County 658 

Estill County 660 

Boyd County 660 

Madisonville 663 

Henderson County 671 

Casey County 674 



Matt Mclntire, Henry Clay 153 

Drew Traxel, Maysville St Patrick ... 154 

Matt Wallace, Mayfield 154 

Scotly Alexander, Glasgow .... 154 



Rowan County 677 

Paducah Tilghman 677 

Pleasure Ridge Park 686 

Erianger St. Henry 703 

Maysville St. Patrick 708 

Danville 747 

Highlands 757 

* won playoff on first hole 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



# 



VOLLEYBALL 
COMMITTEE MINUTES 

June 19, 1989 



The Volleyball Committee met at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association Office in Lexington, Kentucky, on 
Monday, June 19, 1989. The meeting was called to order at 
2:00 p.m. by Brigid L DeVries, Assistant Commissioner. 
Committee members present included Margi McKenna, Joan 
Mitchell, Katie Wessling and Mike Whitehouse. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of regional 
tournaments and sites. Ms. DeVries advised the Committee of 
a few possible additions to the teams in each region. The 1 988 
regional sites were discussed and committee members will 
check their availability for the 1989 tournaments. Regional 
tournaments will be double elimination again this year. 

Katie Wesseling made a motion, seconded by Margi 
McKenna, that the teams not change benches for the 1989 
season including regional and state tournament play. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

The Committee then discussed the items on the Regional 
Information Sheet and made some corrections for the coming 
year. 

A discussion followed regarding the site for the 1 989 State 
Volleyball Tournament to be held October 27-28. The 
University of Kentucky submitted a proposal to host the 
tournament at Memorial Coliseum in Lexington, and Seneca 
High School in Louisville submitted a bid also. A visit to 
Seneca High School by the K.H.S.A.A. staff will be made, and 
the site will be determined at a later date. Committee members 
were very pleased with the 1988 Tournament held at the 
University of Kentucky. 

The State Tournament format was the next topic of 
discussion. The winner and runner-up will advance from the 
Regional Tournaments. Some minor revisions were made on 
the tournament information which will be sent to the schools. 

The State Tournament Draw was conducted. Winners and 
runners-up from the same region were placed in opposite 
brackets. Only Reginal winners were eligible for byes. 
Following a discussion of the State Tournament time 
schedule, it was decided to leave it as is for tfie 1989 
tournament. Committee members thought the semi-final 
schedule on Saturday, with teams playing one after the other, 
was preferable to playing simultaneously as was done in the 
past. 

The next item on the agenda was the officials fees. There 
will be no change in fees for the 1989-90 school year. 
Umpires and referees will receive $18.00 per match for 
regular season varsity play. Regional tournament tees are 
$20.00 and State Tournament fees are $25.00 per match plus 
a travel expense. 

Ms. DeVries announced the tentative times and sites for the 
Clinics. They are as follows: 

Tuesday, August 15, Iroquois H.S., Louisville 

Thursday, August 17, Dixie Heights H.S., Ft. Mitchell 

Tuesday, August 22, Sportsworld, Lexington 

A brief discussion followed regarding the 1 989-90 National 
Federation Volleyball rules. The most significant change was 
in rule 2-1-4 which permits either a 2 or 4 inch center line. 

Following a discussion regarding the Limitation of 
Seasons, it was decided that some clarification was needed 
on practice and play during the summer. At the end of the 
academic school year, volleyball teams may play and practice 
in non-school related tournaments and activities. It is also 
permissible for their high school coach(s) to work with them at 
this time. However, a member school may not officially start 
practice for the high school season until July 15, 1989. 
K.H.S.A.A. catastrophic insurance coverage will not be in 
effect until this date. 



By-Law 25 further states that the season ends at all levels of 
play at the conclusion of the varsity teams last regular season 
contest, and there should be no further practice or play during 
the remainder of the academic school year. This applies to 
involvement by the head coach as well as the assistant coach 
of member schools. Margi McKenna recommended that a 
proposal regarding the first regular season volleyball match 
be submitted to the Board of Control. The proposal stated that 
the first match be allowed during the last full week in August, 
effective for the 1990-91 season. The proposal will be 
submitted to the Board of Control at their next meeting. 

Ms. DeVries invited committee members to contribute to 
the volleyball newsletter Sideout. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



e 



1989 State Tennis Championships 
Team Scoring 



BOYS 



1 St. Xavier 


16 


Rowan County 


2 


2 Trinity (Louisville) 


13 


Russell 


2 


3 Lone Oak 


8 


Sheldon Clark 


2 


4 Dixie Heights 


7 


Apollo 


2 


5 Elizabethtown 


5 


Boone County 


2 


6 Henderson County 


4 


Bourbon County 


2 


Male 


4 


Christian County 


2 


8 St. Francis 


3 


Covington Catholic 


2 


Sayre 


3 


Danville 


2 


Franklin County 


3 


24 Madison Central 


1 


Henry Clay 


3 


Middlesboro 


1 


Kentucky Country Day 


3 


Boyle County 


1 


13 Owensboro Catholic 


2 






Pleasure Ridge Park 


2 







GIRLS 

1 Sacred Heart 16 

2 Sayre 8 

3 Lone Oak 7 

4 Kentucky Country Day 6 

5 Elizabethtown 5 
Franklin-Simpson 5 
Male 5 

8 Bourbon County 4 

Bowling Green 4 

Daviess County 4 

Highlands 4 

12 Russell 3 

Apollo 3 



Beechwood 
Calloway County 
Henry Clay 

17 Morgan County 
Notre Dame 
Pulaski County 
Boyd County 
Christian County 
Louisville Collegiate 2 
Danville 2 

24 Mason County 1 

North Hardin 1 

St. Camillus 1 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



1988-89 K.H.S.A.A. BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

June 1 - 2, 1989 

LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL 




TEAM MEMBERS: Front Row Sitting: Robert Taylor, Matt Spoonamore, Todd Baxter, Jed Dorough, Greg Dixion, Jamie 
Anderson, Andy McCord, Charles Gray. Kneeling: Keith Gadd, Shown Wigglesworth, Chris Corman, Scott Corman, Eddie 
Brooks, Robby Henry. Standing: Coach Skip Hanson, Jim Kayse, Kevin Coins, Chris Feltham, Greg Marshall, Coach Steve 
Chandler. 



Shelby County 



Paintsville 



Lafayette 



Owensboro 



Paintsville 



Lafayette 



11 



Lafayette 



Tournament Ofiicials 

Bob Dwyer 

Bill East 

Mike Elkin 

Burney Jenkins 



From The Commissioner's Office K]@71{| ® (^i@?lS 

REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL 
SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that following the teams' last 
regular season match, there shall be no further practice or play as a team for 
the remainder of the school year, with the exception of the K.H.S.A.A. 
tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, and 
that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant 
coach, to coach members of the high school team in a league outside of the 
school's legal regular season competition, regardless of the type of league, 
would be a violation of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 

Ms. Cathy Burns, a senior at Boyd County High School in 1989, is the 1989 
recipient of the Tom Simmons Athletic Training Scholarship. The scholarship is 
awarded by the Kentukcy Athletic Trainer Society in honor of Tom Simmons, 
Athletic Trainer Emeritus at Murray State University. Ms. Burnse was selected 
based on her academic records, her work as a student trainer, her interest in the 
profession of athletic training, and other related activities. She is attending 
the University of Louisville beginning this fall, and will be working in their 
athletic training program. Congratulations to Cathy Burns, the 1989 Tom Simmons 
Athletic Training Scholarship winner. 

NOTES CONCERNING ACADEMIC ALL STATE NOMINATIONS 

The certificates for persons being named Academic All State Teams for the Spring 
Sports were mailed to the member school athletic directors who submitted 
nominations in late August. Please note, that if your school uses a weighted 
grade point average, or some other system which is not a standard 4.0 system, you 
will need to convert the grades to a 4.0 scale for your athletes to receive 
consideration. Thanks again for your cooperation. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Assumption needs three more girls teams to play in the Holiday Jamboree to 

be held December 28 and 29. Interested schools should contact Coach Carolyn 

Medley, Assumption High School, 2170 Tyler Lane, Louisville, 40205, or call 

(502)458-9551. 
Bardstown has three open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 12/12, and 1/23. 

Contact Garnis Martin, A.D., (502)348-1674. 
Laurel County has several openings on its boys basketball schedule, 

including 11/28, 12/8 and 1/30. Contact Coach Charles Broughton 

(606)864-7371, or (606)843-7208. 
Madisonvi lie-North Hopkins has severall open dates for boys varsity and 

junior varsity basketball. The open dates are as follows -- 11/30, 12/7, 

12/8, 12/18 and 12/19, 1/18, 1/19 and 2/12. Contact J.E. Barlow, A.D., 

(502)825-6017. 
Oldham County needs boys games on 12/15/89, 12/27-30/89, 1/12/90, 1/30/90, 

2/9/90 and 2/10/90. Interested schools should contact Coach Gary Forrest, or 

Tom Peterson, A.D., (502)222-9461. 
Russell has open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 1/23; and needs a girls' 

game on 2/12. Contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D. 



CORRECTION ON WRESTLING CLINIC 

In the pamphlet describing the re-registration procedure, the wrestling clinic 
schedule contained a minor error. The site of the November 21 clinic in 
Louisville will be the Kentucky School f/t Blind, not Seneca High School as was 
stated on the listing. Please make this correction. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

10/28/89 09/29/89 10/16/89 

12/ 9/89 11/10/89 11/27/89 

02/10/90 01/12/90 01/29/90 

04/ 7/90 03/ 9/90 03/26/90 

06/ 9/90 05/11/90 05/25/90 

10/27/90 09/28/90 10/15/90 

12/ 8/90 11/ 9/90 11/26/90 

02/ 9/91 01/11/91 01/28/91 

04/13/91 03/15/91 04/ 1/91 

06/ 8/91 05/10/91 05/24/91 

OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please 
submit your open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to 
assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and 
include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone 
number. 



The following is the list of schools with open dates, listing only those 
schools who have an open date listed, but have not filled their eleven game 
limit. The November 3 open date listing may include teams who have already 
scheduled the 11 game limit. 

** Date 09/01 -- Barren County, Bryan Station, Calloway County, Frankfort, 

Jenkins, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, South Hopkins. St. Joseph 

(Ironton, OH), contact Larry Getts (614)532-0485. 
** Date 09/08 -- Ballard Memorial, Corbin, Franklin County, Reidland, Scott 

County. 
** Date 09/15 -- Boone County, Cumberland, Murray, North Hardin, Webster 

County. St. Joseph (Ironton, OH), contact Larry Getts (614)532-0485. 
** Date 09/22 -- Bryan Station, Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Russellville. 
** Date 09/29 -- Boone County, Boyle County, Crittenden County, Cumberland, 

Harlan, Ludlow, Mercer County, Millersburg Military Institute, 

Paintsville, Pineville, Washington County. 
** Date 10/06 -- Bath County, Bellevue, Breckinridge County, Caverna, Corbin, 

Fulton City, George Rogers Clark, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Mayfield, 

Russell County, Somerset. St. Joseph (Ironton, OH), contact Larry 

Getts (614)532-0485. 
** Date 10/13 -- Wayne County. 
** Date 10/20 -- Bardstown, Greenville, Henry Clay, Knox Central, Logan County, 

Owen County, South Hopkins 
** Date 10/27 -- Bullitt East, Campbell County, Fulton County, Leslie County 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS (cont'd) 
Date 11/03 -- Adair County, Allen Central, Bath County, Bowling Green, Bryan 
Station, Caldwell County, Campbellsville, Carroll County, Casey County, 
Caverna, Cawood, Clay County, Corbin, Cumberland, Dayton, East Carter, 
Edmonson County, Eminence, Fairview, Fleming County, Fort Campbell, Fulton 
County, George Rogers Clark, Glasgow, Graves County, Greenup County, 
Greenville, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Hart County, Hazard, Heath, Henry Clay, 
Henry County, Highlands, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Knott 
County Central, Laurel County, Lawrence County, Leslie County, Lone Oak, 
Ludlow, Madison Central, Magoffin County, Marion County, Marshall County, 
Mason County, Metcalfe County, Middlesboro, Millersburg Military 
Institute, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Owen County, Owensboro 
Catholic, Paintsville, Paris, Phelps, Raceland, Russellville, Scott, 
Shelby County, Somerset, Tates Creek, Taylor County, Union County, Warren 
Central, Wayne County, West Carter, Wheelwright 



The following are the 


starting dates for the K.H.S.A 


A. sponsored events, along 


with the first 


day 


of practice. 


number of contests 


and the 


tentative date for 


the state finals. 












Sport 




First 


First 


Num. 


State 






Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Al 1 owec 


Finals 

1 


Volleyball 




July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 27/28 


Soccer 




July 15 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


Cross Country 




July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


Football 




July 19 


Aug. 18 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


Wrestling 




Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


Swimming 




Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


Basketball 












non football 




Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


football 




Oct. 15 


Nov. 28 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


Track 




Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


4-15 


May 26 


Softball 




Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


May 24/26 


Golf 




Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


20 


May 30/31 


Tennis 




Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


4-20 


May 31/June 1/2 


Baseball 




Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is 
important to remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are 
tentative as site availability may force a change in location and/or date. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO PAUL HORNUNG 

Congratulations are in order for Paul Hornung, former All -State performer in 
basketball and football at Flaget High School in Louisville. Hornung was 
inducted this summer into the National High School Sports Hall of Fame during 
inductions ceremonies held in Tampa, Florida. Hornung was a standout 
performer not only during his playing days at Flaget, but in his collegiate 
career at Notre Dame. As a member of the Fighting Irish, he was to win the 
Heisman trophy for his football exploits in addition to a short stint with the 
basketball team. After graduation, he moved on to become a standout with the 
Green Bay Packers including his selection as the NFL Most Valuable Player. 
Hornung is the second Kentuckian to be inducted into the National High School 
Hall of Fame. Former Owensboro great Cliff Hagan was inducted at the 1988 
ceremony in Kansas City. 



By-Law 27. Requirement for Coaches 

Sec. 1. FACULTY COACHES 
Head coaches and assistant coaches of interscholastic athletic teams and sponsors of cheerieadinq squads representing the common schools 
shall be certified teachers and members of their regular school faculties. They shall be duly employed by their respective boards of education 
and their entire salaries shall be paid by such board. They shall be employed a minimum of three (3) regular periods for teaching classes, 
Including physical education; for supervision of study hails; and/or exercising responsibilities in other activity assignments within the school 
schedule. (R-l 51) 

Sec. 2. PARAPROFESSIONALS 

(1) In the event that the local board of education is unable to staff head or assistant coaching, or head or assistant cheerieader sponsor positions 
under the provisions of Section 1, the superintendent of the local school district may request the local board of education to approve the 
employment of person(s) holding a provisional or standard teaching certificate or having completed a minimum of sixty-four (64) semester hours 
of college credit as non-teaching paraprofessional head or assistant coaches or sponsors under the follow^ing provisions: 

(a) The local board of education shall declare, after reasonable notice of a relevant position, that no qualified and certified member of the 
regular school faculty has applied for the position, pursuant to Section 1 of this By-Law; 

(b) The position shall be filled by the best qualified person available, giving preference to the factors of academic preparation and teacher 
certification, prior teaching experience or related educational work, and personal attributes compatible with the demands of the position; 

(c) The applicant shall have at least sixty-four (64) semester hours of credit from an accredited college or university, as documented by an 
official transcript; 

(d) The applicant shall provide documentation of successful completion of a first aid course, including C.P.R., as approved by a college or 
University, the American Red Cross, or the American Heart Association, and such shall be timely and appropriately updated as required by 
the approving agency; 

(e) Nonteaching paraprofessional assistants shall be employed and act under the direct supervision of a head coach or head cheerieader 
sponsor and under the authority of the principal and shall be evaluated and employed on an annual basis; 

(f) The entire salary for the position shall be paid by the local board of education; 

(q) Paraprofessional head coaches shall not, in any manner, be utilized with respect to high school varsity football or basl<etball teams. 

(2) Nonteaching paraprofessional head and assistant coaches and sponsors utilized under this section shall have the full and same authority and 
responsibility, consistent with applicable law, as fully certified, teaching counterparts hired under the provisions of Section 1 of this By-Law, but 
such assistants may not: 

(a) Act as head coaches or sponsors, except in those sports indicated, or in emerqencies where the head coach or sponsor is unavailable, of 
junior varsity, freshman, elementary, or middle school, or any other non-varsity athletic team or cheerieadinq squad: or 

fb) Act as the school faculty member or administrator required to accompany students on school-sponsored or school endorsed trips pursuant 
to KRS 161.185, and By-Law 16. 

(3) As long as a non-certified paraprofessional with fewer than sixty-four (64) semester hours of college credit), is acting within the scope and 
authority set forth in 704 KAR 15:080 and KRS 161.010 and 161.044, he or she may be employed by a local board of education to carry out 
assigned responsibilities upon approval by the local board of a job description limited to the following duties: 

(a) Assists the coaches In daily and long range athletic activities; 

(b) Assists the coaches in planning the program; 

(c) Conducts learning experiences, under the direction of the coaches, with small groups of athletes; 

(d) Assists the coaches in guiding participants towards a harrrxjnious team spirit; 

(e) Alerts the head coach to the special needs of individual athletes; ^ 

(f) Provides escort Eissistance, and supervision of athletes during periods of team travel; 

(g) Recommends to the head coach the purchase of equipment, supplies, and uniforms as appropriate for the health, safety, and welfare of 
stijdent athletes; 

(h) Perform other non-coaching duties assigned by the principal, athletic director, or head coach. 

(4) No person failing to meet the provisions of sections 1.2 or 3 of this regulation shall be employed or allowed to participate in any supervisory 
capacity with interscholastic athletic teams or cheerieadinq sguads. nor shall any otherwise gualified person exceed his respective duties as set 
forth in this By-Law. 

(5) The requirements of this regulation shall be made a part of the rules, regulations, and bylaws of any organization or agency designated by the 
State Board of Education to manage interscholastic athletics and shall be made to apply by said organization or aqency to all its member 
schools. (Revised. 9/14/88. State Board of Education) 

Sec. 3. K.H.S.A.A. RULES CLINICS 

Head coaches in baseball, basketball, football, soccer and wrestiing shall attend a Kentucky High School Athletic Association sponsored rules 

clinic in the sport in which they are involved. 
Sec. 4. C.P.R./FIRST AID REQUIREMENT 

All Head Coaches employed by member schools in all sanctioned sports sheill provide docunfientation of successful completion of a first aid 

course, including C.P.R., as approved by a college or University, the American Red Cross, or the American Heart Association, and such shall be 

timely and appropriately updated as required by the approving agency. (R-l 35) 
Sec. 5. MEDICAL SYMPOSIUM REQUIREMENT 

Head coaches in all sanctioned sports shall attend, on a bi-annual basis, the Sports Medicine Symposium sanctioned by the K.H.S.A.A. and 

conducted each summer, such requirement to t>e fulfilled and enforced in the following manner: 

(a) Head coaches who did not attend a sanctioned medical symposium in 1988 shall be reguired to attend one of the symposiums in 1989 and 
bi-annually thereafter: otherwise, head coaches shall attend a symposium in 1990 and bi-annuallv thereafter; 

(b) A make-up symposium shall be scheduled for eariy September of each school year with attendance only for those head coaches hired 
after the last day of the preceding school year. 

(c) All public member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. shall pay the necessary expenses of coaches for the required attendance at the sanctioned 
Sports Medicine Symposium. 

Sec. 6. PENALTIES FOR NON-COMPLIANCE 
The K.H.S.A.A. shall impose one of the following penalties for those coaches required, but not property in attendance at the reguired rules clinic 
(Sec. 3): not in compliance with the first aid/C.P.R requirement (Sec. 4); and/or not in compliance with the Medical Symposium Requirement 
(Sec. 5): 
(Pen. 1| Not allowing the coach to perform coaching duties for one season in the sport(s) which was not represented; or 
(Pen. 2) Not allowing the coach to perfomi coaching duties in K.H.S.A.A. sponsored championship competition for one season in the sport(s) 
which was not represented. 
Sec. 7. COVERAGE 
This regulation shall apply to all publk: and private schools which are members of the Association. (Adopted as amended, 1/11/89, State Board 
of Educatkin) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



1988-89 K.H.S.A.A. SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 
Owensboro, Kentucky May 25 - 26, 1989 

MERCY ACADEMY 



I ^ ^'^!^fl^^^Af ? 




TEAM MEMBERS: Denise Diebold, Lisa Hall, Kristin Kupper, Becky Pierson, Karen Roalofs, Julie Fraze, Robyn Kulp, Paula 
Landrum, Jennifer Sweet, Lori Allgeier, Missy Cave, Shannon Chesser, Sara Davis, Wendy Hartlage, Karmin Kupper, Dawnyel 
Moore, Katie Roalofs. 

Bye 





Leslie County 


4 


Glasgow 4 


Christian County 4 




Leslie County (23-9) 




9 




Glasgow (31-7) 3 






Christian County 6 






Glasgow 




Laurel County (30-1) 1 




5 




Russell (18-5) 






Mercy 6 






Christian County 




Cfiristian County (39-2) 11 




4 




Lone Oak (21-8) 






Notre Dame 3 






Lafayette 




Lafayette (26-4) 8 




15 




Notre Dame (20-7) 9 




Mercy 


STATE CHAMPION 




Notre Dame 




Presentation (24-7) 4 




8 




Campbell County (21-5) 5 






Mercy 4 






Bullitt East 




Bullitt East (26-9) 9 









Daviess County (31-4) 13 












Daviess County 


Tournament 

Larry Cook 
Glen Crittenden 
Ronda J. David 
Morris E. Durbin 
Linda Howard 
Roy S. Hughes 
Jim King 
Irvin Lyons, Jr. 


Officials 

Ricl< Nelson 

Fred Purvis 

Eldridge Rogers 

IVIichael J. Robbins 

John Smith 

Andy Strain 

Jim Tharp 

Leonard Zirmheld 


West Hardin (20-7) 2 




13 


Mercy (31-6) 








Mercy 


Bye 











PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



1989 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Girls Doubles 

University of Kentuclcy, Lexington 



June 1-3, 1989 






IS-CradHwul 
Bv. 1 
























OmOm Ck»nnamaia Ham^d FrinWin-Sroson 










iFranklin-SimDSon 16-G 






Jennrtor Poiomoa/Kalhv Dot*af PleasuTe RidodParV 














iHandooon Countv 




















J»i»e C^TDbell/KnsMn DofwfujB Lnnrraton Calholir 


















IMaJe 




Kattv Madaus3/Keliev Vinton. Savte 




ISavre 
































IRu»ell 

eve 1 


|8owl-na Green (6-2 6-2 
Jennrtet Keown/Amv Leo, BowVna G/eon 1 
|Bo**f^ Green 




C*rolYn HckerVAnn RK*en. Euiabelhlown 






Bvo 1 














-, iSl Caninus (2-6.6-3 7-6(7-31) 


















MelsrM Wetzel/Kern Nunlev Davwss Couniv 1 

Boyd Counly (6-4,6-2) 
STMlhf Mascher/Jame Praier. Beacriwood ■ 

iBoyd CPU ruy (■.-6,6-1,6-4) 
Aim ScoH/Srma Ferauson. Bovd Countv 





' Doubles Seeded Players 

Ann Suthertand/Pat Zimlich. Sacred Heart 

Jenny Lopez/Cackie Fenwick, Sacred Heart 

Lana Alcock/Shan Brantley, Lone Oak 

Kelly Madauss/Kelley Vinton, Sayre 

Amy Halt/Abbie Grace, Henderson County 

Jenny Bessler/Chelsea Hemingway, Notre Dame 



Sacred Heart 



Girls Doubles Final 



An n Sutherland/Pat Ztmlich . Sacred 
Heart (6-3,7-6(7-3)) 



Maaasi Lenn/Slacgy 
CToHoe DeVeqA/Catfiy 



Sacred Heart 




Ar<n Soitwrt«rK(/Pw Zm -fch. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



1989 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Girls Singles 
University of Kentucky, Lexington 



June 1-3, 19«9 






'^^.t. 



| schw«C 16-1.6 



Usa Mayden. SI. Camin us 






J..n5<4-6.B-4.6-2l 



lEdwards l6-a.1-6.6-2i 



Jube Coppirvief. Savre 






V 



Coppinoef <6-0.6-ll 



Coppifww (6-Q 6-Ot 



anluckv Counny Day 



Girls' Singles Seeded Players 

1. Elizabeth Huber, Kentucky Country Day 

2. Kim Draud, Highlands 

3. Laura Schwab. Sacred Heart 

4. Julie Coppinger, Sayre 

5. Jeanne Baker, Henry Clay 

6. Janie Borcherding, Beechwood 

7. Heather Crown, Bourbon County 

8. Amy Haskins, Calloway County 

9. Courtney Allen, Louisville Collegiate 

10. Cara Cashon, Atherton 



Girls Singles Final 



Elizabeth Huber, Kentucky Country 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



1989 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Boys Doubles 
University of Kentuclty, Lexington 



June 1-3, 1989 



h Lutans/Tvief Hudso n. 



->_ 



" Hmwidarenn County 



U-i. 1 ■.rt~^^~°.f l«nn A 



U.n Y RrJwoef/KBvln Bo lW, Covinc 



Chad RodwTiaief/Chnrt e Saabuty. 
■inw Sherpan/Bob Bran dai 
Ryan Sn^m/Bnan Grtmo ur, CorWn 
Manot WaiTWf/Mart CfW , Rusaei 



Boys' Doubles Seeded Players 

1. Chris Bohnert/Clinton Glascock, St. Xavier 

2. Chad Dowdy/Richard Tracy, Lone Oak 

3. Chip Gilmour, Scott Treibly, St. Xavier 

4. Chad McRae/Travis Raque, Trinity 

5. Mark Waldman/Edwin Lewis, Kentucky Country Day 

6. Chris Beard/Fred Sutterlin, Franklin County 

7. Travis Saacke/Scott Crafton, Henderson County 

8. Greg West/Billy Rabold, Bowling Green 
g. Brandon Bowlds/Michael Lindsay, Trinity 

10. Joey Sheroan/Bob Brandenburg, Elizabethtown 

11. Ron Hart/John Gould, Rowan County 



Boys Doubles Final 



> Bohnert/Clinton Glasscock, 



St. Xavier (6-4,6-2) 




fjiad DowttM/Rldiafd 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Toby Bryan. Boyd Coun ty 



ILanMoid [6-2.6-01 



d Lanklofd, Sayre 

la Hemtnqway, Dfacte Heights 






MvefS (6-2.3-6.6-21 



le Mvara. Eiiiabei Mowi 



a C«Mwina. Bourb on County 



Wbs Sigtita. Handereon County 



Bfvn Saekman. Henry Clay 



Biy Balser. F«ird«l9 



Mtehagl Kelln. St. FwnO b 



1989 K.H.S.A.A. State Tennis Tournament, Boys Singles 
University of Kentuclcy, Lexington 



June 1-3, 1989 



Boys' Singles Seeded Players 

1. Jason Yeager, Dixie Heights 

2. Michael Klein, St. Francis 

3. Steve Mather, Trinity 

4. Jimmie Brooks, Male 

5. Steve Rueff, Trinity 

6. Brian Minton, St. Xavier 

7. Ford Lankford, Sayre 

8. Nirav Patel, Ov^ensboro Catholit 

9. Bryan Sackmann, Henry Clay 

10. Brice Brown, St. Xavier 

11. Brian Moore, Bowling Green 



yeaoar f6-7r4-71.6-g.B -gl 



Yeaqe 



»o»n 17-617-51 6-gl 



Boys Singles Final 



Jason Yeager. Dixie Heigh ts (6-3,6-4) 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1989 



1988-89 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

University of Kentucky - Lexington 

June 1 - 3, 1989 




GIRLS SINGLES CHAMPION 

Elizabeth Huber 

Kentucky Country Day 




BOYS SINGLES CHAMPION 
Jason Yeager 
Dixie Heights 




GIRLS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

Ann Sutherland - Pat Zimlich 

Sacred Heart 

GIRLS STATE CHAMPION 
Sacred Heart Academy 



BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPIONS 

Chris Bohnert - Clint Glasscock 

St. Xavier 




(L to R): Pat Zimlich, Anne Sutherland, Jenny Lopez, 
Cockle Fenwick, Chastity Chandler, Laura Schwab 



(L to R): Terry Tillman, Adam Bibb, Chad Muntan, Bryan 
Minton. (Second Row): Scott Treibly, Chris Bohnert, 
Clinton Glasscock, Brice Brown, Chip Gilmour, 
Coach Joe Kroh. 



^^^^ Sporting Goods 
"Athletic Specialist" 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



TOLL 
FREE 

1-800- 
442-0132 



Field tested. Pro-chosen. 

Russell Athletic Teamwear. 




"The Experience Shows" 

Youth League Football 
Equipment 

In Stock For 
At Once Delivery. 



Pick the only youth uniforms 

with this much 

experience 

built 

in! 

In 

addition 

to the 

wide choice 

of color, 

fabric and cost, 

you're getting 

the brand that's 

worn by 27 of 28 NFL teams, as well as the 

players in the Russell Athletic Pop Warner 

League National Championship! Tough 

construction, easy-moving Competition Cut^" 

and super-durable fabrics make Russell Athletic 

youth football uniforms the one to run with. 



Marcy Olympic Barbell Sets... 



.Set Includes!: 



Bar & Collars, 
2-50 lb. Weights, 
2-25 lb. Weights, 
4-10 lb. Weights, 
4-5 lb. Weights, 
2-272 lb. Weights. 




(Aend^ 



luifiRcy 

fITNESS PRODUCTS 

WHEN YOU FINALLY 
GET SERIOUS. 



On Sale 
Now For 

$^QQ95 





231 W. Main 

Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 



Toll Free 1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O. Box 22280 
Lexington. KY 40522 



Non-Profil Org 
U.S. Postage 

PAID 
Rictimond, KY 
Permit No. 108 





10 



September 1989 

Volume Lll. No.2 


I 




1 




sl 



1 




'^ 




Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of Slate Higli School Associations 





National Federation Announces 
"Dreamers and Doers" Essay Winners 



FIRST PLACE - AMANDA ANN McMAKIN, BATH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 

I feel that I have the qualities that Walt Disney based his "4 C's" on, not only because of my Interscholastic 
activities, but also because of my active roles in a variety of community projects. 

When I look back on my life I feel that attending a small school has given me some advantages that large school 
systems do not offer, in that all of my teachers personally knov\/ me and my capabilities, therefore challenging me to 
develop myself to my full potential and sparking my curiosity to expand my knowledge. This has encouraged me to 
go for the best, set my goals high, and through my scholastic achievements and involvement in a variety of clubs and 
organizations have given me the self confidence needed to be successful in my future endeavors. 

I think that being actively involved in extracurricular activities and clubs is a very important part of developing 
one's character and teaching them to live up to the expectations of their peers. These activities have given me a 
perspective of what is expected of me in our society, and has also taught me the real meaning of responsibility. I am 
the type of person who faces my challenges and tries my best to make things successful. 

I am grateful that I have had the opportunity to learn responsibility, and develop myself through my interscholastic 
involvements. These have given me greater appreciation of mankind and the courage to help me to meet and 
overcome the challenges of tomorrow. 

SECOND PLACE - MARK STILES, SILVER GROVE HIGH SCHOOL 

Interscholastic activities have become a major part of my high school years. Each activity has its' own influence 
on my life. My personality has improved greatly with the involvement of these activities. When a discussion arises in 
one of my interscholastic groups, I am the one who listens to my curiosity and asks, "What if" or suggests possible 
new and better ideas which usually proves to be correct. If there is one strong characteristic of myself, it is 
confidence. I feel that in order for someone to succeed, they should have much confidence. I do not just suggest 
Ideas, I back them up with actions. If I haveajobtodo, I will tellyou when it will be done and that it will bemy best, and 
it always is. It is very difficult to succeed in life, tvlany kids my age will probably not amount to very much because 
they lack courage. It is so important to be courageous. It is worthless to join a club or team if you do not voice your 
opinion, even if you feel it is silly. By gaining much courage through interscholastic activities, it has prepared me for 
adulthood. What makes a student a great student? Constancy! Who wants a teammate who is unpredictable? We all 
need people we can count on. I earnestly strive for constancy . By practicing constancy in interscholastic activities, I 
have become a teammate and a friend that all can count on. Scholastic activities build the mind. Interscholastic 
activities provide the tools needed to use your mind to expand and succeed. Intelligence without work is dead. 
Curiosity, confidence, courage, and constancy are the characteristics of the total student. 

THIRD PLACE - AMY MICHELLE LUSCHER, FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL 

In this generation, it takes great effort for a student to excell scholastically. The odds seem to be stacking higher 
and higher against students and it requires a greater motivation to reach your goals. I have always been encouraged 
by my teachers to ask questions, to have faith in my abilities, to stand up for my beliefs and to set my goals and never 
lose sight of them. 

I feel that in being involved in a variety of different interscholastic activities, I demonstrate a great curiosity. This 
curiosity can only be satisfied by jumping at every chance to try something new. I have not always been confident in 
my abilities. This attribute, having been instilled in me by my teachers and our school administration, has become my 
greatest asset. I have held many elected offices in my three years of high school and have also been selected for 
several leadership conferences and roles. One must have a good deal of courage to achieve anything in life. I've 
found myself drawing from an inner strength whether it be on the field, in the stands, in the classroom, or behind a 
podium facing the Junior Class. I have always been an honor roll student, while participating in extracurricular 
activities. I hsve set a goal for myself. The process in reaching it is slow and there are many setbacks but I will not be 
deterred. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. Lll, NO. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

July 28, 1989 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky Higfi Scfiool Athletic 
Association met at Barkley Lodge, Cadiz, Kentucky, on 
Friday, July 28, 1 989. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 
a.m. by President Tom Buchanan. Present were all Board 
Members, Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and Louis 
Stout. Also present were Earl Cox, Consultant for Corporate 
Sponsorships, Julian Tackett, S.I.D., Harry Loy representing 
the State Department of Education and W.D. Kelley, a member 
of the State Board of Education. The Invocation was given by 
Tom Buchanan. 

C.K. Henry made the motion, seconded by David Points, 
that the minutes of the April 20 Board meetmg and the Called 
Meeting of June 18 be approved. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Marvin Moore made a motion that Sam Chandler be 
elected President of the Board for the 1989-90 school year 
and that David Points be elected Vice President. Alvis 
Johnson seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Outgoing President Buchanan addressed the Board and 
then turned the meeting over to Mr. Chandler who thanked 
the Board for electing him President and placing their 
confidence in him. 

Mr. Chandler gave a brief report on his attendance at the 
National Federation Meeting held In Saddlebrook, Florida. 

President Chandler appointed the following committees: 

Executive Committee: 

Sam Chandler, Chairperson; Liz Trabandt, Vice Chairperson: 
Huston DeHaven, Alvis Johnson, Charlie Miller, Jack 
Portwood 

All-Sports Committee: 

Marvin Moore, Chairperson; C.K. Henry, Vice Chairperson; 
Sam Chandler, Huston DeHaven. Pearl Ray Lefevers. Bob 
Rogers 

Basketball Committee: 

David Points. Chairperson; Sandy Allen, Vice Chairperson; 
Pearl Ray Lefevers, C.K. Henry, Bob Rogers, Liz Trabandt 

Football Committee: 

Charlie Miller, Chairperson; Alvis Johnson, Vice Chairperson; 
Sandy Allen, Jack Portwood, Marvin Moore, David Points 

East Eligibility Committee: 

Pearl Ray Lefevers. Chairperson; Marvin Moore, Vice 
Chairperson; Alvis Johnson, David Points, Jack Portwood, Liz 
Trabandt 

West Eligibility Committee: 

Huston DeHaven. Chairperson; Bob Rogers, Vice Chair- 
person; Sandy Allen, Sam Chandler, C.K. Henry, Charlie Miller 

Commissioner Mills distributed the 1989-90 Working 
Budget for the Board's consideration. A lengthy discussion 
ensued regarding catastrophic insurance coverage for 
cheerleaders. Alvis Johnson made a motion that the 
K.H.S.A.A. pay the premium for catastrophic insurance for 
cheerleaders for one year and that the schools be advised of 
such and of further regulations required. Sandy Allen 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 



David Points then made a motion to accept the Close 
Estimate Working Budget for 1989-90. Jack Portwood 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

President Chandler then called for Committee Reports. 
Chairperson Sandy Allen, Due Process Procedure 
Committee, advised the Board of the status of the proposed 
Regional Appeals Board. Due to the fact that there is a bill 
pending before the State Legislature regarding the Due 
Process Procedure, the Board decided that the proposal be 
put on hold pending final action of the Legislature. 

Tom Millsand Brigid DeVries then discussed the upgraded 
sample football trophies which Rlherd's had produced for the 
1989 Championships. Following a discussion of the 
increased cost for these trophies, Sandy Allen made a motion 
that these trophies be accepted for the 1989-90 season. 
Charlie Miller seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Chandler then called on Mr. Kelley for any remarks he 
might have regarding questions and /or concerns of the State 
Board of Education. Mr. Kelley mentioned the following items: 
Orientation of new State Board members with regard to the 
rules and regulations of the K.H.S.A.A.; Resolution recently 
passed regarding extra curricular activities during the school 
day; Appeal procedure for the assignment of Regional 
Basketball Tournament sites. 

Mr. Chandler asked the Basketball Committee to consider 
the last item and make suggestions to the Board at the 
October meeting. 

Harry Loy then distributed a copy of the recommendations 
of the Middle School Athletics Task Force. Items were 
discussed by Board members and Mr. Kelley asked for input 
from the K.H.S.A.A. Mr. Chandler stated that this item would be 
on the October Agenda for discussion. 

The Appeals Hearings were the next items on the Agenda. 

Dennis McDavid of Union, Kentucky, was present to appeal 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. His son, Dennis, had been ruled 
ineligible to participate in athletics due to the fact he had 
transferred from Ockerman Jr. High School as a ninth grader 
to Covington Catholic High School. Following a discussion of 
the case. Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by David 
Points that By-Law 6 be waived in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

The second appeal was presented by William E. Hargrove 
on behalf of his son Tony. Due to the nature of the case, Mr. 
Hargrove requested that the hearing be closed. Therefore, 
Huston DeHaven moved for a Closed Session, seconded by 
Alvis Johnson. The motion passed. Following the hearing, 
Marvin Moore moved that the meeting return to Open 
Session. Charlie Miller seconded the motion which passed. 
Charlie Miller then made a motion that the Commissioner's 
ruling be upheld in this case. C.K. Henry seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. Therefore Tony Hargrove 
remains ineligible to participate in athletics at Male High 
School until he has been enrolled there for a total of thirty-six 
school weeks. 

Chairman Chandler called on Louis Stout. Assistant 
Commissioner to present his items for consideration to the 
Board at this time. 

1) Mr. Stout discussed the new pitching regulation 
proposed by the National Federation as follows: 
A player may pitch In a maximum of nine (9) innings in 
one (1 ) day, but not more than fifteen (1 5) innings In any 
seven (7) day period. Delivery of one (1) pitch 
constitutes having pitched in one inning. If he pitches In 
three (3) innings to five (5) innings in one (1 ) day, he must 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



SEPTEMBER, 1989 



VOL. Lll, NO. 2 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 



BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1 988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson. (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Pearl Ray Lefevers 
(1988-1992) Kettle Island, Charles (Wilier (1986-1990) 
Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1992) Morehead, Jack 
Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989-1993) 
Murray, Liz Trabandt (1 988- 1 991 ) Ashland; State Department 
of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 



have one (1 ) calendar day of rest If he pitches in six (6) 
Innings in a day, he must have \\no (2) days of rest If he 
pitches in seven (7) or more innings In a day, he must 
have three (3) calendar days of rest Marvin Moore made 
a motion that this Pitching Limitation be accepted as 
proposed by the National Federation. Alvis Johnson 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

2) The Central Ky. Soccer Officials Association (CKSOA) Is 
requesting that officials receive an increase In pay as 
follovi^s: 3-man team be paid $75.00 and a 2-man team 
receive $60.00 per game. Follow/ing a lengthy 
discussion, C.K. Henry moved to approve this Increase 
in pay for Soccer Officials for the 1989 season. Charlie 
Miller seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 
11-1. 

A copy of the survey results were distributed. 

1 ) Soccer: Overtime Progression for Tournament Play (73) 
Schools Voted 

32 schools voted in favor of the 35 yard shootout for all 

tournament play for the 1 989 season 

41 schools voted in favor of the penalty kick for all 

tournament play beginning In the 1989 season 
Recommendation: Based on the majority vote, recommend 
use of the penalty kick for the tournament play beginning In 
the 1 989 season. 

2) Girls' Soccer for Fall 1 989 (229 Schools Voted) 

35 schools voted in favor of the Girls' Soccer Program 
for the 1989-90 school year 

3) Baseball: Season Extension (227 Schools Voted) 

144 schools voted to extend the baseball season one 
week beginning in the 1990 season 
83 schools voted not to have the baseball season 
extended one week for the 1990 season 



4) Softball: Ball Size for Girls' Softball, 1 1 " orl 2" 

(180 Schools Voted) 

69 schools favored the change to the 1 1 1nch ball for the 

1 990 season 

1 1 1 schools voted to not change the size of the ball for 

the Girls' Softball Program 

23 schools indicated that they do not offer softball 
Recommendation: The 12 Inch softball to be the official size 
ball for the Kentucky high schools' softball programs. 

Following a discussion of each of the surveys, Bob Rogers 
made a motion that the survey results be approved. David 
Points seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 1 1 -1 . 

Commissioner Mills presented a budget of $42,000. for the 
new Sectional Directors to be employed by the Board of 
Control. He advised the Board that approximately 30 
applications have been received. Marvin Moore 
recommended that a screening committee be appointed to 
study these applications and make recommendations to the 
full Board. Therefore Mr. Chandler appointed the following 
Screening Committee: Tom Mills, Chairman; Billy Wise, Vice 
Chairman; Marvin Moore, David Points, Sandy Allen, Alvis 
Johnson and Huston DeHaven. 

Mr. Mills requested that WMB Architects of Lexington be 
retained to draw plans for the construction of the 
K.H.S.A.A./Hall of Fame Building. Charlie Miller moved to 
accept Mr. Mills request. Sandy Allen seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. Persons appointed to the 
Building Committee were Tom Mills and Billy Wise, Co- 
Chairmen; Huston DeHaven, Marvin Moore, Alvis Johnson, 
Liz Trabandt and C.K. Henry. 

Commissioner Mills advised Board members that the State 
Board of Education had overruled the K.H.S.A.A. in the 
eligibility cases of Jerry lies and David Wilson. 

Mr. Mills also advised the Board that Doug Ruedlinger and 
John Joy have been i nvited to come to the K.H.S.A.A. Office on 
September 14 to discuss the blanket insurance policy. 

Exec. Asst Billy Wise discussed a petition he had received 
requesting that golf remain a spring sport. It was decided that 
the K.H.S.A.A. stand by the results of the survey to make golf a 
fall sport in 1990. Bob Rogers moved to table the petition. 
David Points seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

The Board then recessed for lunch. 

Following a lunch break, Ruth and Charlie Lickteig, 
presented an appeal of By-Law 5, Section 5, Proper Grade 
Level, on behalf of their son John. Following a lengthy 
presentation regarding their son's illness, Epstein-Barr, and 
questions to them by Board members, Charlie Miller made a 
motion to permit John Lickteig to participate in athletics this 
year, therefore allowing John six semesters of eligibility 
remaining. Sandy Allen seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Elsie Whisman on behalf 
of Greg Wilson. Greg had been ruled ineligible to participate 
in athletics after transferring from Franklin County High 
School to Shelby County High School. (Mr. Chandler excused 
himself from this case and asked that Mr. Points, Vice 
President preside). Following Mrs. Whisman's presentation 
and questions from the Board members. Bob Rogers made a 
motion that By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be waived in this case. 
Marvin Moore seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Dan Hill then presented his appeal on behalf of his son, 
Clayton who is transferring from Rose Hill Christian School to 
Paul Blazer High School. Sandy Allen moved to uphold the 
ruling of the Commissioner in this case. David Points 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills presented the next appeal on behalf of 
Jennifer Vosmeler who had been ruled ineligible to partici- 
pate due to the fact that she had transferred from St. Henry 
High School to Conner High School. Following Mr. Mills 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



presentation of the facts in this case, Sandy Allen moved to 
uphold the Commissioner's ruling. C.K. Henry seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills also presented the next appeal on 
behalf of Kenneth Stephens. His mother, Elaine Stephens had 
requested an appeal of By-Law 5, Proper Grade Level. 
Following a discussion of the appeal, Charlie Miller made a 
motion that further information was needed and recom- 
mended that the East Eligibility Committee make a ruling in 
this case after ascertaining the needed information. David 
Points seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. and Mrs. Detzel had requested the next appeal on 
behalf of their daughter, Jodi who was involved in an auto 
accident. Due to the fact that they were unable to attend the 
Board meeting, Mr. Mills advised the Board of the facts in this 
case. Following a brief discussion, Sandy Allen made a 
motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the previous 
semester rule, By-Law 5, Section 3, be waived in this case and 
that Jodi be allowed by play Tennis during the 1989-90 
school year. The motion passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion regarding the price of tickets for the 
Boys and Girls State Basketball Tournaments, Charlie Miller 
made a motion that the price of tickets be increased to $1 0.00 
per session for the lower arena. The price of the tickets in the 
upper arena shall remain at $5.00. C.K. Henry seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

Exec. Asst. Billy Wise distributed the Basketball and 
Football Committee Minutes. He highlighted changes in both 
basketball and football for the coming year. Following a 
discussion of these minutes, C.K. Henry made a motion to 
approve the Football Committee Minutes. Jack Portwood 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. Bob 
Rogers moved to approve the Basketball Committee Minutes. 
Jack Portwood seconded the motion and it passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Wise announced that the next regularly scheduled 
meeting of the Board of Control will be held at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Office Building, Lexington, on Saturday, October 14, 1989, at 
9:00 a.m. Any appeals hearings will be held on Friday, 
October 13, at 2:00 p.m. 

Pearl Ray Lefevers moved that all bills of the Association for 
the period beginning April 1, 1989 and ending July 31, 1989, 
be approved. Liz Trabandt seconded the motion which 
passed. 

There being no further business, Marvin Moore made a 
motion that the meeting be adjourned. David Points seconded 
the motion, which passed. 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



-Target 



ALCOHOL USE CONTINUES TO RISE 

Alcohol and other drugs are a major concern in our schools 
today. Some people say use is declining, butthat is debatable. 
The age of first use is becoming younger. The time of denial is 
past; we must face the fact that it is our problem. 

Organizations, schools, communities, parents and others 
must forget their sacred turf about fingering or favoring 
individuals or programs and work together to solve the 
problem. One of the TARGET trainers commented that "if you 
are not part of the solution you are part of the problem." 

We cannot condone or ignore the use of tobacco and 
alcohol by our youth and expect them to refrain from using 
marijuana, cocaine, etc. Tobacco and alcohol are not only the 
drugs of choice by our young people, they are a gateway 
substance. This is not to say that all who use tobacco or 



alcohol will ultimately use marijuana, cocaine, etc., but 
studies do show that the majority of marijuana, cocaine and 
heroin users started out with tobacco and alcohol. 

In the Office for Substance Abuse Prevention's publication, 
What You Can Do About Drug Use in America, physical and 
psychological effects of alcohol and marijuana is discussed: 
Alcohol 

Alcohol, a natural substance formed by the fermentation 
that occurs when sugar reacts with yeast, is the major active 
ingredient in wine, beer and distilled spirits. Although there 
are many kinds of alcohol, the kind found in alcoholic 
beverages is ethyl alcohol. 

Whether one drinks a 12-ounce can of beer, a shot of 
distilled spirits or a 5-ounce glass of wine, the amount of pure 
alcohol per drink is about the same - one-half ounce. Ethyl 
alcohol can produce feelings of well-being, sedation, 
intoxication or unconsciousness, depending on the amount 
and the manner in which it is consumed. 

Alcohol is a "psychoactive" or mind-altering drug, as are 
heroin and tranquilizers. It can alter moods, cause changes in 
the body, and become habit forming. Alcohol is called a 
"downer" because it depresses the central nervous system. 
That's why drinking too much causes slowed reactions, 
slurred speech and sometimes even unconsciousness 
(passing out). 

Alcohol works first on the part of the brain that controls 
inhibitions. As people lose their inhibitions, they may talk 
more, get rowdy and do foolish things. After several drinks 
they may feel "high" but their nervous systems actually are 
slowing down. 

A person does not have to be an alcoholic to have problems 
with alcohol. Every year, for example, many young people 
lose their lives in alcohol-related automobile accidents, 
drownings and suicides. Serious health problems can and do 
occur before drinkers reach the stage of addiction or chronic 
use. 

In some studies more than 25 percent of hospital 
admissions were alcohol-related. Some of the serious 
diseases associated with chronic alcohol use include 
alcoholism and cancers of the liver, stomach, colon, larynx, 
esophagus and breast. 

— CORRECTION — 

1988-89 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

University of Kentucky - Lexington 

June 1 - 3, 1989 

GIRLS STATE CHAMPION 
Sacred Heart Academy 



90 i^ I 




(L to R): Pat ZImlich, Anne Sutherland, Jenny Lopez, Cackle 
Fenwick, Chastity Chandler, Laura Schwab. 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



FRANKFORT - CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




FIRST ROW (Lto R): Casey Dutton, Catherine Hancock, Serena Winkfield, Sherri Heady, Carrie Barber, Kimberiy Hancock. 2ND 
ROW: Andrea Wilson, Natalie Gray, Tasha Hunter, Laura Miklavcic, Juanlta Thomas, Coach Barbara Judge. 3RD ROW: Coach 
Adam Donnelly, Coach Russell Wall, Coach Frank Miklavcic. 



Girls' Class A 

Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Keisha Tillman. Danwille. 16.10 

2. Shern Rauh, Bellevue, 16.89 

3. Tina Edmonds. Todd County Centf, 

4. Wendy Colwin, Heath. 17.41 

5. Angie Shelley, Williamsburg, 17.80 

6. Chnsti Freeman, Jenkins, 18.3 

Girls' 100 Meter Dash 



I County Central, 49.56 



Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1. Maureen Egan. St. Henr' 



,2 21.24 
kfott, 2:23.5 
nee, 2:25.7 
ice. 2:26.5 
2 27.2 



Girls' Long Jump 

1. Ann Greenfield. Murray. 17'3.25 

2. Christy Robinson, Harlan, 15'9.5 

3. Lori Pfefferman. Bishop Brossart, 1 1 

4. Anita Nellums, Harlan, 15"8.5 

5. Jennifer Warner, Somerset, 15'8.25 

6. Yolanda Greenfield. Murray, 15'6 



Girls' High Jump 



Girls' 200 Meter Dash 



Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1. Todd County Central. 1:48.82 

2. Dayton, 1 49.90 

3. Bishop Brossart. 1 50.12 

4. Danville, 1 50.26 

5. Somerset. 1.51.10 

6. Harlan, 1 51.6 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Stephanie Edgar. Dayton, 5:16.2 

2. Carrie Barber, Frankfort, 5:19.8 

3. Debbie Fmke, Danville. 5:28.8 

4. Bethany Rogers. Danville. 5:29. 1 

5. Adrianne Mason, Providence, 5:31.1 

6. Lasenna Powell, Providence, 5 39 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Todd County Central. 51.85 

2. Dayton. 51.9 

3. Danville. 52.18 

4. Madison. 52.25 

5. Harlan, 52.61 

6. Evarts, 53.03 

Girls' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Serena Winkfield. Frankfort. 58.90 

2. Melony Young, Menifee County. 1:22.20 

3. Maureen Egan, St. Henry, 1 :00.40 



J Jon 



. Pro 
. Kenti 



1.50 



Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Keisha Tillman, Danville, 48.41 
2 Rose Durbin, St, Mary, 48.81 



kfort, 26.07 

, 26.62 

d County Centr 



5. Mic 



irogrr 



6. Kim Huffaker, Evarts, 27.5 

Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Amy Clements, St. Henry, 1 

2. Carrie Barber. Frankfort. 1 



3. Ch 



iMosI 
:ia Sta 



n. Provie 
, Cordia 



1:24.9 
58.0 
!, 12:21.0 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Dayton. 4:08.9 



6. Evarts, 4:27.5 

Girls' Shot Put 



, 373 



2. Kenda Tompkins, Danville, 34'5.5 

3. Stephanie Key, Todd County Centr 

4. Shannon Bryant. Madison, 33'4 

5. Tammy Wilson, Bellevue, 32'10 

6. Katina Brooks, Providence, 32'3 

Girls' Discus 

1. Jenny Swope, Bellevue, 1 12'2 

2. Katina Brooks, Providence. 108'1 1 

3. Kim Johnson, Harlan, 107'0 

4. Tammy Wilson, Bellevue, 106'8 

5. Stephanie Rutledge, Murray, 99'6 

6. Kenda Tompkins, Danville, 94'e 



6. Amy Burnell, Berea. 4'10 




6. Lucy Miller. Harlan, 4'io 




Girls' Class A Team Totals 




Frankfort 


67.00 


Danville 


56.00 


Todd County Central 


44,00 


Dayton 


38.00 


Providence 


32.00 


Harlan 


31.50 


St. Henry 


30.00 


Madison 


26.00 


Bellevue 


24.00 


Bishop Brossart 


IS.OO 


Heath 


16.00 


Murray 


13.00 


St. Mary 


9.00 


Jenkins 


8.00 


Menifee County 


8.00 


St. Camillus 


8.00 


Corbin 


4.00 


Cordia 


4.00 


Evarts 


4.00 


Harrodsburg 


4 00 


Kentucky Country Day 


4.00 


Mayfield 


4.00 


Somerset 


4.00 


South Hopkins 


3,00 


Raceland 


2.00 


Williamsburg 


2.00 


Fairview 


1.00 


Berea 


0.50 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




FIRST ROW (L to R): Clark Walker, Ed Wilhite, Vinson Whitehead, Joe Ganns, Danny Redd, Troy McCown, Chris Grey. BACK 
ROW: Coach E.G. Plummer, Roy Walker, John Hart, Jason Hammond, Chris Hamilton, Johnny Walker, Mike Brown, Krista 
Doherty, Christy Wine, Shaun Robinson, Jamie Wayne. 

Boys' Class A 



Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Brent Canady, Corbin, 14.92 

2. Mike Waters, Bellevue, 15.45 

3. John Allen, Cumberland, 15.49 

4. Chris Hetzel, Ludlow, 15.61 

5. E.R. Grey, Harlan, 15.88 

6. Josh Andrews, Crittenden County, 15.92 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Chris Ledington, Corbin, 10.84 

2. Brian Sowerby, Murray, 11.14 

3. Donnie Redd, Danville, 11.42 

4. Jesse Herbst, Dayton, 1 1.46 

5. William Wells. Pans, 11.46 

6. Ronnie Moss. Crittenden County, 1 1.60 



Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Chris Ledington, Corbin, 22.32 

2. Brian Sowerby, Murray, 22.41 

3. Roy Walker, Danville, 22.52 

4. Goldie Taylor, Mayfield, 23.14 

5. Gary Ford, Harrodsburg, 23.4 

6. Jesse Herbst, Dayton, 23.5 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Ed Wilhite, Danville, 10:05.7 

2. Mark Albrink, St. Henry. 10;18.6 

3. Shawn Stanley, Cordia, 10:21.3 

4. Robbie Long, Garrard County. 10:24.3 

5. Jeff Kelsey, Oneida Baptist, 10:30.2 

6. Brian Jones. Newport Central Catholic, 10:55.9 



Boys' Long Jump 

1. Kevin Mumphrey, Carroll County, 22'2.25 

2. Chris Ledington, Corbin, 22'0 

3. Joe Ganns. Danville, 21'10.75 

4. Corey Smith, Fulton County, 21'6.5 

5. Jim Hornbuckle, Murray. 20'1 1.25 

6. Damon Tigner, Oneida Baptist, 20'8.5 

Boys' High Jump 

1. Damon Tignor, Oneida Baptist, 6'8 

2. Micquel Yates, Harrodsburg, 6'4 

3. Brent Sevier. Corbin. 6'0 

4. Sean McKtnney, Crittenden County, 6'0 

5. William Edmonds, Todd County Central, S'lO 
5. Ryan Jones, Bath County. 5'10 



Boys' 1600 Meter Run 



. Ed Wilhite, Da 



«:31.95 



2. Tony Rapp. Walton Verona, 4:32.83 

3. Jeff Kelsey. Oneida Baptist, 4:38.3 

4. Shawn Oakley. West Hopkins, 4:40.0 

5. James Westphal. Murray, 4:40.6 



6. Ch 



tKav 



I, 4:47.- 



Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Danville. 43.43 

2. Corbin, 43.64 

3. Mayfield, 44.89 

4. Dayton, 45.32 

5. Bath County, 47.56 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Goldie Taylor, Mayfield, 49.24 

2. Roy Walker, Danville, 50.29 

3. Ronnie Moss, Crittenden County, 51.57 

4. Don Murphy. Ludlow, 52.16 

5. Thanoo Rangsikul, Oneida Baptist, 52.34 

6. Doug Leopold, Bellevue, 52.4 

Boys' 300 Meter Int Hurdles 

1. Gary Ford, Harrodsburg, 39.53 

2. Brent Canady, Corbin, 40.45 

3. Clarence Gamble, Russellville, 40.90 

4. Mike Waters. Bellevue, 40.99 

5. Brent Sanderson, Heath, 41,02 

6. Chris Hamilton, Danville, 42.3 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 

1. Shannon Haggard, Bellevue, 1:57.10 

2. W.J. Hardin, Southwest Christian, 1:57. 2S 

3. Scott Jackson, Bremen, 2:01.0 

4. Brad Taylor, Williamsburg, 2:02.0 

5. Oewayne Meyer, Dayton, 2:04.6 

S. Shawn Oakley, West Hopkins, 2:07.1 



Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 






1. Mayfield, 3:25.27 


Boys' Class A Team Totals 




2. Danville, 3:29.62 


Danville 


82.00 


3. Russellville, 3:32.10 


Corbin 


60.00 


4. Harlan. 3:34.6 


Mayfield 


40.00 


5. Bellevue, 3:39.0 


Newport Central Catholic 


30.00 


6. Kentucky Country Day. 3:39.7 


Harrodsburg 


28.00 


Boys' Shot Put 


Murray 
Bellevue 


26.00 
25.00 


1. Jamie Neither, Newport Central Catholic. 54'1.5 


Oneida Baptist 


21.00 


2. Michael Brown, Danville, 52'2 


Carroll County 


20.00 


3. Jarnel Rollins, Providence, 51'4.5 


Providence 


14.00 


4. Randy Meredith, Edmonson County, 50'1 1 


Crittenden County 


12.00 


5. Jerry Herron, Williamsburg, 49'9 


Russellville 


12.00 


6. Joe Neltncr, Newport Central Catholic, 49'3 


Dayton 


11.00 


Boys' Discus 


Caverna 
Ludlow 


8.00 
8.00 


I.Jamey Neither. Newport Central Catholic, 147'8 


Southwest Christian 


8.00 


2. Quincy Browner. Caverna, 139"6 


St. Henry 


8.00 


3. Scott Fister, Lexington Catholic, 138'10 


Walton Verona 


e.oo 


4. Brian Wallen. Allen Central. 138'3 


Williamsburg 


7.00 


5. Jarnel Rollins, Providence, 137'8 


Bremen 


e.oo 


6. Jerry Herron, Williamsburg, 137'5 


Cordia 


6.00 


Boys' Pole Vault 


Cumberland 
Harlan 


6.00 
6.00 


1. Beau Brown, Mayfield, 12'6 


Lexington Catholic 


6.00 


2, Sean Weaver, Newport Central Catholic, 12"0 


Edmonson County 


5.00 


3. Robert Mason, Providence, 1 1'6 


West Hopkins 


s.oo 


4. Walter Pennington, Danville, 11'6 


Allen Central 


4.00 


5. Jason King, Berea, ll'O 


Fulton County 


4.00 


6. Emmitt Hiatt, Jenkins, ll'O 


Garrard County 


4.00 


Boys' Triple Jump 


Bath County 
Berea 


3.S0 
2.00 


1. Kevin Mumphrey, Carroll County, 44'8 


Campbellsville 


2,00 


2. Micquel Yates, Harrodsburg, 44'2.25 


Heath 


2.00 


3. Jim Hornbuckle, Murray, 43'6.5 


Pans 


2.00 


4. Tyler Trachsel, Danville, 42'10.5 


Todd County Central 


1.50 


5. Israel Smith, Campbellsville, 42'5 


Jenkins 


1.00 


6. Brad Sullivan, Edmonson County, 41'8.5 


Kentucky Country Day 


1.00 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



FORT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




FIRST ROW (L to R): Mechelle Jones, Mary Ann Fletcher, Jackie Samuels, Ms. Gwen Hill. 2ND ROW: Coach Mike McCoy, Lola 
Antley, Patty Call, Sherrita Browder, Tammi Clark, Vail Alderman, Veronica Brown, Coach Dave Shufelt. 



Girls' Class AA 

Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 



2 


To 


ra Ward, Paducah Tilghman, 16 


3 


To 


ya Philpot, Clay County. 16.29 


5 


Lo 


a Antley. Fort Knox, 16.87 
a Wilcox. Whitesburg. 17.26 


6 


Lie 


si VonGruenagen, Bourbon Cou 


Girls' 


100 Meter Dash 


1. Ph 


lana Sibley. Union County. 12.4 


2. Me 


inda Goodman. Fort Campbell. 


3. Va 


erie Alderman. Fort Knox. 12.79 


4. Kis 


ha Nelson. Paul Blazer. 12.87 


5. Pri 


Wethington, Casey County, 1/ 


6. Do 


nna Bohl, Lloyd Memorial, 13.0 


Girls' 


800 Meter Relay 


1. Pa 


ucah Tilghman. 1:44.21 


2. Un 


on County. 1:45.34 


3. Fo 


tKnox, 1:47.04 


4. Ca 


ey County. 1:49.47 


5 


Ne 


«port, 1:49.52 



6. Harrison County. 1:50.7 

Girls' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Patty Dowd. Fleming County. 5:17,3 
Haluski. Fort Campbell. 5:26.4 
issa Simms. Russell. 5:29.6 
;cia Tyler, Trigg County, 5:30.3 
ileen Lewis, Elizabethlown, 5:44.9 

6. Stacy Bottom, flussell. 5:53,2 

Girls' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman. 49.54 

2. Fort Campbell. 49.88 

3. Fort Knox, 52.48 

4. Casey County. 52.52 

5. Harrison County. 53.10 

6. East Carter, 53.31 

Girls' 400 Met^r Dash 

1. Kisha Nelson. Paul Blazer. 59.40 

2. Michelle Jones, Fort Knox. 1:02.09 

3. Erica Ray. Union County. 1:02.12 

4. TaraHolthaus. Warren East. 1:02.31 

5. Amy Bond. West Carter. 1 02.5 

6. Ann Edwards. Marion County. 1:05.6 

Girts' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Beverly Bunton. Warren East. 45.9 

2. Yolanda Parker. Fort Campbell, 47.0 

3. Lola Antley, Fort Knox, 47.9 



4. Laura Wimsatt, Owensboro Catholic, 49.2 

5. LiesI VonGruenigen. Bourbon County. 49.6 

6. Tonya Philpot. Clay County. 49.8 



Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1. Holly Townsend. Webster County. 2:23.- 

2. Trescia Tyler. Trigg County. 2:25.6 

3. Kathleen Lewis. Eliza bethtown. 2:26.0 

4. Michelle Jones. Fort Knox, 2:27.2 

5. Adrienne John. Paul Blazer. 2:29.1 

6. Shondra Cates. Whitesburg, 2:33.3 



Girls' 


200 Meter Dash 




1. Bo 


bbie Jefferson. Paduc 


h Tilghman. 25.2 


2. Ph 


ana Sibley. Union Cou 


nty. 25.63 


3. Kis 


ha Nelson. Paul Blazer 


26.69 


4. Va 


erie Alderman. Fort Kn 


3X. 27.00 


5. Do 


nna Bohl, Lloyd Memo 


rial. 27.2 


6. Lua 


nn Wardrip. Casey Co 


jiity. 27.4 


Girls' 


3200 Meter Run 




1 Pat 
2. Kin- 


ty Dowd. Fleming Cou 
Haluski. Fort Camp be 


nty. 11:34.8 
II. 11:51.6 


3 


An 


onette Mayes. Trigg County. 12:01.7 


4 


Me 


issa Simms. Russell. 1 


2:13.7 


5 


Sh 


jndra Cates. Whitesbu 


rg. 12:45.0 


6 


Ste 


hanie Snyder. East Ha 


rdin. 13:18.4 


Girls' 


1600 Meter Relay 




1. Pat 


ucah Tilghman. 4:03.0 




2 


Fo 


t Campbell. 4:05.7 




3 


Fo 


tKnox. 4:15.5 




4 


Pai. 


1 Blazer. 4:18.9 




5 


Me 


rcer County. 4:25.8 




6 


Ow 


ensboro Catholic. 4:27.0 


Girls' 


Shot Put 




1. Lis 


a Phillips. LaRue Coun 


y.34'11 


2, Tra 


cey Childress. Barren 


County. 34'9. 5 


3. Kin- 


Jones. Clay County. 33'3 


4. Tan 


nmie Clark. Fort Knox. 


31'11 


5. Cynthia Garland. Callowa 


y County. 3f10,5 


6 


Sarah Darst, Marion Coun 


ty, 31'9.5 



Girls' Discus 

1. Cynthia Garland. Calloway County. 109'5 

2. Beck Vinson. Lawrence County, 107'9 

3. Patty Call. Fort Knox. 105'11 

4. Karen Mahoney. Harrison County. 104'3 

5. Kim Jones, Clay County. 103'9 

6. Teresa Dawson, Bullitt East, lOO'S 



Girls' Long Jump 

1. Mashana Cole. Paducah Tilghman, 17*6.25 

2. Erica Muskgrow. Calloway County. 17'5.5 

3. Mikki Bowman, Madison Southern, 16'5.25 

4. Lynette Gosser. Russell County. 16'5 

5. LiesI VonGruenigan. Bourbon County. 16"0.25 

6. DeeDee Adams. Lawrence County. 15'8 

Girls' High Jump 



1. Beverly Bunton. Warre 


n East, 5'6 




2. Philana Sibley, Union C 


ounty, 5'4 




3. Lola Antley. Fort Knox 


5'2 




4. Glenna Moore. Russell 


5'2 




5. Cathy Barnes, Harriso 


County, 5'0 




6. Michelle Moore, Owensboro Cathol 


c, 4'10 


Girls' Class AA Team Totals 




Fort Knox 




66.00 


Fort Campbell 




58.00 


Paducah Tilghman 




58.00 


Union County 




40.00 


Paul Blazer 




26.00 


Warren East 




24.00 


Calloway County 




20.00 


Fleming County 




20.00 


Trigg County 




18.00 


Clay County 




15.00 


Russell 




15.00 


Casey County 




11.00 


LaRue County 




10.00 


Webster County 




10.00 


Harrison County 




9.00 


Lawrence County 




9.00 


Barren County 




8.00 


Eliza bethtown 




8.00 


Madison Southern 




6.00 


Owensboro Catholic 




6.00 


Bourbon County 




5.00 


Whitesburg 




5.00 


Russell County 




4.00 


Lloyd Memorial 




3.00 


Marion County 




2.00 


Mercer County 




2.00 


Newport 




2.00 


West Carter 




2.00 


Bullitt East 




1.00 


East Carter 




1.00 


East Hardin 




1.00 



From The Commissioner's Office 1^@71S ® (^(!i)@"f IS 

REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 27, as it applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular 
season. ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that following 
the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no further practice or 
play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of 
the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this 
important rule, and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an 
outside league, or other competition. For the high school coach, be they the 
Head Coach or an assistant coach, to coach members of the high school team in 
a league outside of the school's legal regular season competition, regardless 
of the type of league, would be a violation of the rules governing the 
Limitation of Seasons. 

INTERNATIONAL VOLLEYBALL MATCH AND CLINIC IN LOUISVILLE 

The current United States National Women's Volleyball Team is scheduled to 
play the Japanese National Team on Tuesday, October 24. The match is 
tentatively to be held at Broadbent Arena, adjacent to Freedom Hall in 
Louisville. In addition to the game, the United States Coaching Staff is 
organizing a three 3 hour clinic prior to the match for high school and 
junior high level coaches. For further information regarding the match time, 
contact the Fairgrounds ticket office at (502)367-0265. For information on 
the clinic, contact Mr. John Smith at (502)588-7850. 

ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL HAS SCOREBOARD FOR SALE 

Atherton High School of Louisville is replacing their large four-sided 
scoreboard. Principal Janice Fish is interested in selling this 25 year old 
scoreboard, which is still operational. It is a Fairplay model, and 
interested schools should contact Ms. Fish. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 
Assumption needs one more girls teams to play in the Holiday Jamboree to 

be held December 28 and 29. Interested schools should contact Coach 

Carolyn Medley, Assumption High School, 2170 Tyler Lane, Louisville, 

40205, or call (502)458-9551. 
Bardstown has three open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 12/12, and 

1/23. Contact Garnis Martin, A.D., (502)348-1674. 
Laurel County has several openings on its boys basketball schedule, 

including 11/28, 12/8 and 1/30. Contact Coach Charles Broughton 

(606)864-7371, or (606)843-7208. 
Madisonvi lie-North Hopkins has severall open dates for boys varsity and 

junior varsity basketball. The open dates are as follows -- 11/30, 12/7, 

12/8, 12/18 and 12/19, 1/18, 1/19 and 2/12. Contact J.E. Barlow, A.D., 

(502)825-6017. 
McDowell needs girls' basketball games on any of the following dates - 

11/30, 12/11,13,20,22,28, 1/4,5,11,12,19,29,31, and 2/5,23. Interested 

schools should contact Coach Cassandra Keathley at (606)377-6202. 
Oldham County needs boys games on 12/15/89, 12/27-30/89, 1/12/90, 

1/30/90, 2/9/90 and 2/10/90. Interested schools should contact Coach Gary 

Forrest, or Tom Peterson, A.D., (502)222-9461. 
Russell has open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 1/23; and needs a 

girls' game on 2/12, Contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 

Ms. Cathy Burns, a senior at Boyd County High School in 1989, is the 1989 
recipient of the Tom Simmons Athletic Training Scholarship. The scholarship is 
awarded by the Kentucky Athletic Trainer Society in honor of Tom Simmons, 
Athletic Trainer Emeritus at Murray State University. Ms. Burns was selected 
based on her academic records, her work as a student trainer, her interest in 
the profession of athletic training, and other related activities. She is 
attending the University of Louisville beginning this fall, and will be working 
in their athletic training program. Congratulations to Cathy Burns, the 1989 
Tom Simmons Athletic Training Scholarship winner. 

CORRECTION ON WRESTLING CLINIC 

In the pamphlet describing the re-registration procedure, the wrestling clinic 
schedule contained a minor error. The site of the November 21 clinic in 
Louisville will be the Kentucky School f/t Blind, not Seneca High School as was 
stated on the listing. Please make this correction. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 

Test Date Regular Postmark Deadline Late Deadline 

10/28/89 09/29/89 10/16/89 

12/ 9/89 11/10/89 11/27/89 

02/10/90 01/12/90 01/29/90 

04/ 7/90 03/ 9/90 03/26/90 

06/ 9/90 05/11/90 05/25/90 

10/27/90 09/28/90 10/15/90 

12/ 8/90 11/ 9/90 11/26/90 

02/ 9/91 01/11/91 01/28/91 

04/13/91 03/15/91 04/ 1/91 

06/ 8/91 05/10/91 05/24/91 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please 
submit your open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to 
assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and 
include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone 
number. The following is the list of schools with open dates, listing only 
those schools who have an open date listed, but have not filled their eleven 
game limit. The November 3 open date listing may include teams who have 
already scheduled the 11 game limit. 

** Date 09/29 -- Boone County, Boyle County, Crittenden County, Cumberland, 
Harlan, Ludlow, Mercer County, Millersburg Military Institute, 
Paintsville, Pineville, Washington County. 

** Date 10/06 -- Bath County, Bellevue, Breckinridge County, Caverna, Corbin, 
Fulton City, George Rogers Clark, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Mayfield, 
Russell County, Somerset. St. Joseph (Ironton, OH), contact Larry 
Getts (614)532-0485. 

** Date 10/13 -- Wayne County. 

** Date 10/20 -- Bardstown, Greenville, Henry Clay, Knox Central, Logan County, 
Owen County, South Hopkins 

** Date 10/27 -- Bullitt East, Campbell County, Fulton County, Leslie County 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS (cont'd) 
** Date 11/03 -- Adair County, Allen Central, Bath County, Bowling Green, Bryan 
Station, Caldwell County, Campbellsville, Carroll County, Casey County, 
Caverna, Cawood, Clay County, Corbin, Cumberland, Dayton, East Carter, 
Edmonson County, Eminence, Fairview, Fleming County, Fort Campbell, Fulton 
County, George Rogers Clark, Glasgow, Graves County, Greenup County, 
Greenville, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Hart County, Hazard, Heath, Henry Clay, 
Henry County, Highlands, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Knott 
County Central, Laurel County, Lawrence County, Leslie County, Lone Oak, 
Ludlow, Magoffin County, Marion County, Marshall County, Mason County, 
Metcalfe County, Middlesboro, Millersburg Military Institute, Monroe 
County, Montgomery County, Owen County, Owensboro Catholic, Paintsville, 
Paris, Phelps, Raceland, Russellville, Scott, Shelby County, Somerset, 
Tates Creek, Taylor County, Union County, Warren Central, Wayne County, 
West Carter, Wheelwright 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1989-90 SPORTS 
The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along 
with the first day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for 



the state finals. 










Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 


Games 
Allowed 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 27/28 


Soccer 


July 15 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


Football 


July 19 


Aug. 18 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 28 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


4-15 


May 26 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


May 24/26 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


20 


May 30/31 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


4-20 


May 31/June 1/2 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is 
important to remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are 
tentative as site availability may force a change in location and/or date. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO PAUL HORNUNG 

Congratulations are in order for Paul Hornung, former All -State performer in 
basketball and football at Flaget High School in Louisville. Hornung was 
inducted this summer into the National High School Sports Hall of Fame during 
inductions ceremonies held in Tampa, Florida. Hornung was a standout 
performer not only during his playing days at Flaget, but in his collegiate 
career at Notre Dame. As a member of the Fighting Irish, he was to win the 
Heisman trophy for his football exploits in addition to a short stint with the 
basketball team. After graduation, he moved on to become a standout with the 
Green Bay Packers including his selection as the NFL Most Valuable Player. 
Hornung is the second Kentuckian to be inducted into the National High School 
Hall of Fame. Former Owensboro great Cliff Hagan was inducted at the 1988 
ceremony in Kansas City. 



K.B.O.A. TO SPONSOR OFFICIATING SEMINAR 

The Kentuckiana Officials' Association, in conjunction with Jefferson 
Discovery, is sponsoring a one day seminar October 7, 1989. It will feature 
five of the most notable officials and rules interpreters in the game of 
basketball. The speakers list includes Mac Chauvin, Official in three 
Division I conferences and an Assistant Commissioner with the Louisiana High 
School Athletic Association; John Clougherty, an official with three Division 
I conferences and a man who has worked five NCAA Final Four Tournaments; Dale 
Kelley, former Division I official and Supervisor of Metro Conference 
officials; Dick Schindler, National Federation Assistant Director and national 
rules interpreter for football and basketball; and Billy Wise, former official 
with the Southeastern Conference and currently the Executive Assistant 
Commissioner for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Cost for the 
seminar is $25.00 for K.B.O.A. members, and $40.00 for non members. Each 
registered official has been mailed information about the clinic. If you need 
further information , contact Carol Funk at (502)458-1167 or Rip Hatfield 
(502)589-2205 or (502)364-3659. 

COACHES ACTIVELY SOUGHT AS MEMBERS OF N.F.I.C.A. 

The National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association is actively 
seeking members from Kentucky. For the $9.00 membership fee, coaches receive 
liability insurance coverage for $1 million dollars, as well as benefits 
include seminar announcements, discounts on hotel and rental car rates. For 
more information, contact the N.F.I.C.A., P.O. Box 20626, Kansas City, MO 
64195. 

WHEELERSBURG. OHIO SEEKS FOOTBALL GAME 

Wheelersburg High School in Wheelersburg, Ohio is seeking a football game on 
August 31 or September 1, 1990, September 28 or September 29. Schools 
interested should contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

CERTIFICATION EXAM TO BE GIVEN BY N.I. A. A. A. 

The National Federation Athletic Administrators Association Certification 
Committee has recently mailed to all N.I. A. A. A. members a brochure which 
describes the National Certification Test. The test, which is to be given on 
December 10, 1989 in Dallas, can lead to the receipt of the ranking, 
"Certified Athletic Administrator". 

NEW NCAA GUIDE TO COLLEGE FRESHMAN ELIGIBILITY MAILED TO ALL SCHOOLS 

A copy of the Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements for NCAA 
Division I and II schools has been mailed to all principals and guidance 
counselors at public, private and parochial schools in the United States. 
This brochure is helpful in summarizing the Association's initial eligibility 
requirements, and additional copies may be purchased from the NCAA at P.O. Box 
1905, Mission, Kansas, 66201. 

APPROVED DATES FOR FUTURE BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

1990 - Girls - March 14 - 17 * Diddle Arena, Bowling Green 

Boys - March 21 - 24 * Freedom Hall, Louisville 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Rupp Arena, Lexington 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * Farnham Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort 

1992 - Boys - March 18 - 21 * Site to be Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL - AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




SITTING (L to R): Shawn Smith, Burton Brown. FIRST ROW (Kneeling): Kurt Johnson, James Stubblefield, Marcus White, Ricky 
Hill, Lewis Ridgeway. 2ND ROW: Gradie Johnson, Randy Wyatt, Oetrick Wells, Teronnie Holmes, Jeff Brown. 3RD ROW: Coach 
Lyman Brown, Conner Mason, Steve Johnston, Larry Allen, Cotton Walker, Augie Schiller. 

Boys' Class AA 



Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Nathan Brown. Russell. 14.40 

2. Robert Lindsay, Fort Campbell. 14.45 

3. Earl Sturdivant, Fort Campbell. 14.50 

4. Scott Doyle, Mason County. 14.50 

5. Deron Walker. Fort Knox. 15.20 

6. Eddie Thompson, Fort Knox. 15.70 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt. Paducah THghman. 10.63 

2. William Pollard. Fort Knox. 10.74 

3. Lewis Ridgeway, Paducah Tilghman, n.o; 

4. Mike Noel. Mason County, 11.23 

5. David Johnson. Elizabethtown. 11.34 

6. Paul Greenridge, Western Hills. 1 1.44 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Brian Binion. Rowan County, 4:25.05 

2. Jeff Scott, Fort Campbell. 4:30.66 

3. Jeff Bledsoe, Whitesburg. 4:30.95 

4. James Scott. Fort Campbell. 4:31.23 

5. Charles Knight. Bullitt East. 4:33.3 

6. Eddie Olding. Grant County, 4:34.8 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Fort Knox. 42.82 

2. Paducah Tilghman. 43.07 

3. Warren East. 43.91 

4. Anderson County. 44.49 

5. Harrison County. 44.6 

6. Western Hills. 44.8 

Boys' 400 Meter Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt, Paducah Tilghman, 48.74 

2. Kyle Beasemore, Scott. 50.47 

3. Ricky Hill. Paducah Tilghman, 50.91 

4. Jerry Due, Simon Kenton. 51.52 

5. Greg Millard, Clay County, 51.56 

6. Rayman Shelton. Fort Knox. 51.6 

Boys' 300 Meter InL Hurdles 

1. Nathan Brown, Russell, 39.06 

2. Robert Lindsay. Fort Campbell, 39.96 

3. Eddie Thompson, Fort Knox, 40.13 

4. Bill Barrett. Scott, 42.83 

5. Carl Smith, Madison Southern, 43.1 

6. Kurt Johnson, Paducah Tilghman, 43.5 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 

1. Eddie Olding, Grant County, 1:55.99 

2. Dave Megee. Covington Catholic, 1:59.6 

3. Cleve Eldridge, Anderson County, 2:00.7 

4. Sean Vitatoe, Western Hills, 2:01.1 

5. Mike Walker, Fort Campbell, 2:02.5 

6. Eric Brown, Union County. 2:02.7 



Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Randy Wyatt, Paducah Tilghman, 21.57 

2. William Pollard. Fort Knox, 21.69 

3. Ricky Hill, Paducah Tilghman, 22.67 

4. Mike Noel. Mason County. 22.87 

5. Paul Greenridge. Western Hills, 22.93 

6. Jerry Due. Simon Kenton, 23,03 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1. James Scott. Fort Campbell, 9:47.5 

2. Mike Parker. Grant County. 9:48.8 

3. Jeff Scott. Fort Campbell. 9:50.6 

4. J.P. Hanly, Western Hills. 9:57.3 

5. Brian Miesch, Mason County, 10:06.2 

6. Kevin Ward. Owensboro Catholic. 10:22.8 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman. 3:22.88 

2. Fort Campbell. 3:25.41 

3. Fort Knox. 3:26.8 

4. Covington Catholic. 3:27.9 

5. Scott, 3:30.4 

6. Clay County. 3:31.5 

Boys' Shot Put 

1. Chris Martin, Simon Kenton, 51"8.5 

2. James Stubblefield. Paducah Tilghman. 51' 

3. Brian Deaton. Clay County. 48'5.5 

4. Pat Williams. Newport. 47'10. 5 

5. Shawn Stephens. Russell County. 470 

6. Chris Hammer, Barren County, 45'1 1 



Boys' Long Jump 

1. Nathan Brown, Russell, 23'3.5 

2. John Harrell, Warren East, 23'2 

3. Gary Moore, Franklin Simpson, 21'10.S 

4. Mark Withers. Anderson County, 21'7.75 

5. Keith Brown. Marion County, 21'4 

6. Mark Arnett. Taylor County, 21'2.25 

Boys' High Jump 

1. David Stone. Union County, 6'8 

2. Bryan Vercheck, Simon Kenton, 6'4 

3. Tyrone Wardlow. Warren East. 6'4 

4. Paul Akers, Morgan County, 6'2 

5. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 6'0 
5. Chris Franklin, Anderson County, S'O 



Boys' Discus 



.Ton 



1 County. 169'5 



2. David Langdon. Clay County. 160'8 

3. Brian Williams. Covington Catholic. 152'3 

4. James Stubblefield. Paducah Tilghman, 137'1 

5. Roger Eggleston, East Hardin, 135'3 

6. Ken McBride. East Hardin. 133'10 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Nathan Brown. Russell. 13'6 

2. Dean McCoy, Covington Catholic, 13'0 

3. Russell Schweighardt. Anderson County, 13"0 

4. Fred Mathews, Fort Knox, 12'0 

4. Andy Smith, Anderson County, 12'0 
6. Brad Maynard. Barren County. 12'0 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1. Kurt Johnson, Paducah Tilghman, 487 

2. Robert Linsday, Fort Campbell, 457 

3. Richard Fields, Harrison County, 44'9 

4. Eugene Seals. Middlesboro, 42'10 

5. Jason Lee, LaRue County, 42'1 

6. Chris Franklin, Anderson County. 41'4.5 



Boys' Class AA Team Totals 




Paducah Tilghman 


89.00 


Fort Campbell 


68.00 


FortKjiox 


46.00 


Russell 


40.00 


Anderson County 


26.50 


Covington Catholic 


26.00 


Simon Kenton 


23.00 


Warren East 


20.00 


Grant County 


19.00 


Clay County 


17.00 


Mason County 


14.00 


Scott 


14.00 


Barren County 


12.00 


Western Hills 


12.00 


Union County 


11.00 


Rowan County 


10.00 


Harrison County 


9.50 


Franklin Simpson 


6.00 


Whitesburg 


6.00 


Middlesboro 


4.00 


Morgan County 


4.00 


Newport 


4.00 


East Hardin 


3.00 


Bullitt East 


2.00 


Elizabethtown 


2.00 


LaRue County 


2.00 


Madison Southern 


2.00 


Marion County 


2.00 


Russell County 


2.00 


Owensboro Catholic 


1.00 


Taylor County 


1.00 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




FIRST ROW (L to R): Kristi Stevens. Amy Smith. BACK ROW: Coach Arthur Crawford, Felicia Upton, Tina Phelps, Coach Gordon 
Bocock. 



Girls' Class AAA 

Girls' 100 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Nalo McWilliams. Southern, 15.69 

2. Toya Stone, Valley, 16-03 

3. fluda Jenkins, North Hafdin. 16.05 

4. Tinesah McGhee, Eastern. 16.06 

5. Caroline Shively, Daviess County. 16.15 

6. LdAnn Hazlett. Jessamine County. 16.37 



Girls' 800 Meter Relay 

1. George Rogers Clark, i 4. 



Girls 


1600 Meter Run 




1. All 


son Staples, Henderson Coun 


ty. 5:15. 


2. Em 


ily Roebel, Notre Dame, 5 1 7 


2 


3. Be 


ttina Bard.Atherton. 5:21.2 




4.Cy 


bil O'Nan. Oldham County. 5:23.3 


5. Kri 


sti Stephens. Pulaski County 


5:33 


6. Tracy Ewing, Pleasure Ridge Pa 


k. 5:35.4 


Girls' 


400 Meter Relay 




1. Valley. 49.94 




2. Qe 


orge Rogers Clark. 50.00 




3. Ea 


stern. 50.08 




4. Sh 

5, He 


awnee. 50,36 
nderson County. 50.79 




6. No 


th Hardin. 50.91 




Girls' 


400 Meter Dash 




l.Fe 


cia Upton. Pulaski County, 56,8 


2, Rit 


a Owens. Bowling Green, 58. 




3. sn 


erry Whitlock, Butler. 58.4 




4. An 


le Rohrscheib. Daviess Cou 


ty, 58.5 


5. Da 


la Butler, Scott County. 58.8 




6. Da 


Vonna»/icks. Central. 59.4 





Girls' 300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. tCay Creech. Laurel County. 46.0 

2. Tinesah McGhee, Eastern. 46.8 

3. Ruda Jenkins, North Hardin, 47, 1 

4. Mary Phelps. Campbell County. 47,9 

5. Caroline Shively. Daviess County. 48.2 

6. Barbara Wilson. Butler. 48.7 



Girls' 800 Meter Run 

1. Kay Creech. Laurel County. 2:18.6 

2. Angie Rohrscheib. Daviess County. 2:22.7 

3. Tanya Clay. Ballard, 2:24.2 

4. Leslie Sciantarelh, Franklin County. 2:24.4 

5. Alison Staples. Henderson County. 2:25.2 

6. Rhonda Rattler. Doss, 2:28.2 



Girls' 


100 Meter Dash 


Girls 


200 Meter Dash 


1. Lis 


a Brown, Central, 12 13 


1. Lis 


a Brown, Central, 24.76 


2. En 


ka Muncy, Bryan Station, 12.28 


2. Er 


ka Muncy. Bryan Station. 25.09 


3. Ze 


ena Cotton, Shawnee, 12.40 


3. Ze 


ina Cotton. Shawnee, 25.55 


4. Fe 


cia Upton, Pulaski County, 12.66 


4. Fe 


cia Upton, Pulaski County, 25.77 


5. To 


la Farmer. North Hardin, 12.72 


5. To 


nya Farmer. North Hardin. 26.2 


6, Ml 


helle Kelly, Doss. 12.75 


6. Ml 


helle Kelly. Doss. 26.3 



Girls' 3200 Meter Run 

1. Kristi Stephens. Pulaski County. 11:59.0 

2. Gina Cashellie, Notre Dame, 12:00,7 

3. Jody Hart, Oldham County, 12:16.3 

4. Leslie Tynes, Marshall County. 12:22.6 

5. Amy Smith, Pulaski County. 12:24.5 

6. Deana Beauchamp. Apollo. 12:32.2 



Girls' 1600 Meter Relay 




1. Central, 4:00.0 




2. Eastern. 4:02.3 




3. Henderson County. 4:08.7 




4. Jessamine County. 4:08.8 




5. North Hardin. 4:13.2 




6. Notre Dame. 4:17.0 




Girls' Shot Put 




1 Felicia Goodwin. Western, 37'6 




2. Audrey Householder, Henders 


n County. 33 


3. Erica Gill. Bryan Station, 33'1 




4. Carmen Westerfield, Tales Cre 


k.32'9 


5. Danielle Rulfm, Jetlersontown 


32'4.5 


6. Tammy Haynes, Holy Rosary. 3 


I'll 


Girls' Discus 




1. Stephanie Thomas, Madisonvil 


e. 107-11 


2. Danielle Leonard, Daviess Cou 


ty. 107'10 


3. Julie Wilkerson, Eastern. 99'8 





6. Re 



■Chane 



. 94'5 



Girls' Long Jump 

1. Shandy Boyd Pleasant, Valley, 17'10.75 

2. Felicia Upton. Pulaski County, 17'8.5 

3. Sherrice Jackson. Iroquois, 16'10.5 

4. Lisa Hayden, Henderson County, 16'6 

5. Sherrie Whitlock. Butler. 16'.25 

6. Erica Muncy. Bryan Station. t5'6.5 



Girls' High Jump 



Girls' Class AAA ' 

Pulaski County 

Henderson County 

Daviess County 

Valley 

Eastern 

Central 

Bryan Station 

Laurel County 



bell County 
lin County 
r Clay 



Marshall Coi 
Owensboro 
Tales Creek 
Jellersonto> 
Scott Count- 
Dixie Height 
Holy Rosary 



40.00 
34.00 
34.00 
33.00 
31.00 
25.00 
20.00 
19.00 
18.00 



11.50 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
9.00 
8.00 
7.50 
7.00 
7.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 



4.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



HENDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky - May 27, 1989 




FIRST ROW (L to R): Daymon Carter, Willie Holmes, Shawn McMahon, Ricky Hancock, Jerome Royster, Eugene Tramlll, Bobby 
Leavell. 2ND ROW: Coach David Mitchell, Dr. Gayle ecton, Tony Krampe, Jay Kluley, Doug Calhoun, Kevin Sebree, Coach 
Robert Johnson, Don Owen, Bob Mulcahy. 

Boys' Class AAA 



Boys' 110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Doug Calhoun, Henderson County, 14.33 

2. Carlnell Whalen, Pleasure Ridge Park, 14,86 

3. Michael Walker, Waggener, 15.19 

4. Adam Smith, Daviess County, 15.23 

5. Steve Hampton, Knox Central, 15,77 

6. Rodney Morris, Fern Creek, 16.21 

Boys' 100 Meter Dash 

1. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross, 10,82 

2. Reggie Wilkins, Eastern, 10.91 

3. Kevin Sebree, Henderson County, 11.04 

4. Derrick Robinson, Ballard, 11.12 

5. Dan Hicks, Tales Creek, 11.18 

6. Tony Askew, Southern, 1 1.33 

Boys' 1600 Meter Run 

1. Damian Nally, Lafayette, 4;24,0 

2. Wesley Reed, Pulaski County, 4:26.0 

3. Kenny Chandler, Warren Central, 4:27.9 

4. Lenny Feller, Holmes, 4:29.4 

5. David Bratcher, Holy Cross, 4:30.6 

6. Josh Henson, Shelby County, 4:33.7 

Boys' 400 Meter Relay 

1. Eastern, 42. 11 

2. Henderson County, 42.63 

3. Doss, 43.35 

4. Tales Creek, 43.53 

5. Waggener, 43,86 

6. Warren Central, 43.9 

Boys' 400 Meter Oash 

1. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross, 47.83 

2. Tom Brown, Bowling Green, 49,80 

3. Jerome Royster, Henderson County, 49.84 

4. Tony Asken, Southern, 50.17 

5. Sherman Clark, Scott County, 51.50 

6. Aaron Payne, Pulaski County, 51.7 

Boys' 300 Meter Int Hurdles 

1. Eric Lee, Bryan Station. 39.05 

2. William Schultz, Doss, 39, 1 7 

3. Steve Hampton, Knox Central, 39.55 

4. Carlnell Whalen. Pleasure Ridge Park, 40,12 

5. Michael Walker, Waggener, 40,20 

6. Jon Goldstein, Ballard, 41.7 

Boys' 800 Meter Run 

1. Wesley Reed, Pulaski County, 1:59.41 

2. Cedric Gumm, Warren Central, 1:59.55 

3. Rashid Derricks, Ballard, 2:00.43 

4. Ray Austin, Madisonville-N. Hopkins, 2:00.83 

5. Damian Nally, Lafayette, 2:01.2 

6. Kevin Rice. Oldham County, 2:01,3 



Boys' 200 Meter Dash 

1. Aaron Payne, Holy Cross, 21.38 

2. Reggie Wilkins, Eastern, 21.78 

3. Tom Brown, Bowling Green. 22.04 
4 Greg Wilkins, Eastern, 22.09 

5. Dan Hicks, Tales Creek, 22.33 

6. Tony Askew, Southern, 22.5 

Boys' 3200 Meter Run 

1 . Aaron Payne, Pulaski County, 9:35.7 

2. Marty Shelton, Oldham County, 9:42.7 

3. Kenny Chandler. Warren Central. 9:56.2 

4. Damian Nally, Lafayette, 10:00.5 

5. Howard Shoaf, Trinity, 10:02.0 

6. Lenny Feller, Holmes. 10:03.0 

Boys' 1600 Meter Relay 

1. Eastern, 3:20.15 

2. Hopkinsville, 3:22.3 

3. Henderson. 3:23,3 

4. Pulaski County, 3:28.9 

5. Woodford County. 3:30.7 

6. Central. 3:30.9 

Boys' Shot Put 

1. Chris Hogan. Woodford County. 51'9.S 

2. John Collins. Madisonville-N. Hopkins. 51' 

3. Shawn McMahon. Henderson County. 50'9 

4. Jim Ahrman. Campbell County. 50'3.5 

5. Gregory Brandon, Knox Central, 49'1.5 

6. Scott Ougle, Shelby County, 46'1 1 

Boys' Discus 

1. Jason Dombroski, Trinity, 142'8 

2. Phil Dinn. Boone County, 140'3 

3. Chris Andrews, Laurel County, 136'4 

4. Bryant Cosby, Waggener, 133'3 

5. Brian Jones, Knox Central, 132'7 

6. Jay Klutey. Henderson County. 13V9 

Boys' Pole Vault 

1. Adam Smith, Daviess County, 15'6 

2. Mitch Hobbs, Oldham County, 14'0 

3. Tony Krampe, Henderson County, 13'6 

4. Lee Reynolds, Scott County, 13'0 

5. Lorn Reynolds, Scott County, 13'0 

6. Dan Grenough, Trinity, 1 1'6 

Boys' Triple Jump 

1. Carlos Blakey, Seneca, 4S'6.75 

2. Ricky Hancock, Henderson County, 44'10 

3. Jamie Chase, Woodford County, 44*7 

4. Mark Lane, Lafayette, 44'8 

5. Toby Past, Oldham County, 43'e.5 

6. Bobby Green, Valley. 43'2.75 



Boys' Long Jump 

1. Ricky Hancock, Henderson County. 23"0.5 

2. James Price. Laurel County. 22'0.75 

3. Toby Past. Oldham County, 21'11 

4. Tony Bracken, Pleasure Ridge Park, 2l'lO 

5. Glenn Presley, Trinity, 2f8.25 

6. Mark Lane, Lafayette, 21'1.5 

Boys' High Jump 

1. Paul Ray, Christian County, 6'6 

2. Bobby Green. Valley, 6'4 

3. Scott Hatfield, Fairdale, 6'2 

3. George Higgins, Woodford County, 6'2 

5. Barry McCarty, Johnson Central. 6'2 

5. Jimmy Dodd. Madisonville-N. Hopkins, 6'2 



Boys' Class AAA Team Totals 



Henderson County 


67.00 


Eastern 


40.00 


Pulaski County 


33.00 


Holy Cross 


32.00 


Oldham County 


25.00 


Woodford County 


23.00 


Lafayette 


21.00 


Warren Central 


21.00 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


16.00 


Trinity 


15.00 


Bowling Green 


14.00 


Daviess County 


14.00 


Doss 


14.00 


Laurel County 


14.00 


Waggener 


14.00 


Madisonville-N. Hopkins 


13.50 


Knox Central 


12.00 


Ballard 


11.00 


Bryan Station 


10.00 


Christian County 


10.00 


Seneca 


10.00 


Valley 


9.00 


Boone County 


8.00 


Hopkinsville 


8.00 


Scott County 


8.00 


Tales Creek 


8.00 


Southern 


6.00 


Fairdale 


5.00 


Holmes 


5.00 


Campbell County 


4.00 


Shelby County 


2.00 


Johnson Central 


1.50 


Central 


1.00 


Fern Creek 


1.00 



PAGE TEN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1989 

1989 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 
CLASS A 

GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar Street, Providence, KY 42450 (502 667-7065) Ballard 
Memorial, Central City, Crittenden County, Fulton, Fulton County, Muhlenberg Central, Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, 
University Heights, West Hopkins 

Region II - Manager: Thomas Monaco, Kentucky Country Day, 4100 Springdale Road, Louisville, KY 40222 (502-423-0440) 

Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, Caverna, Christian Academy, Hancock County, Kentucky Country Day, Metcalfe County, 
South West Christian, Spencer County, St. Francis, Trimble County, Trinity (Whitesville), Washington County 
Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, 200 Jackson Street, Dayton, KY 41074 (606-261-4357) Augusta. 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Bracken County, Covington Latin, Dayton, Fairview. Holy Cross (Covington). Ludlow, Raceland, Silver 
Grove, St. Henry, Villa Madonna 

Regional IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort, KY 40601 (502-223-8030) Bath 

County, Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, Frankfort, Gallatin County, Lexington Catholic, Living Waters, Menifee 

County, Model, Ow^en County, Williamstown. 

Region V - Manager: Larry Gritton, Oneida Baptist Institute, Mulberry Street, Oneida, KY 40972 (606-847-4111) Allen Central, 

Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fleming-Neon, Hazard, Jenkins. Johns Creek. Lee County. Letcher County. 

McDowell. Mullins. Oneida Baptist Institute. Paintsville. Phelps. Raceland. Riverside Christian 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, 511 East University, Somerset, KY 42501 (606-679-1574) 

Berea, Cumberland, Danville, Evarts, Garrard County, Harlan, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Somerset, St. Camillus, 

Williamsburg 



CLASS AA 

GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Lee Lange, Fort Campbell High School, Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (606-431- 

5056) Calloway County, Fort Campbell, Franklin-Simpson, Paducah Tilghman, Owensboro Catholic, Trigg County, Union County, 

Warren East, Webster County 

Region II - Manager: Thomas Monaco, Kentucky Country Day, (502-423-0440) Barren County, Breckinridge County, East Hardin, 

Elizabethtown, Edmonson County, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Green County, Hart County, LaRue County, West Hardin 

Region II - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, (606-261-4357) Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Grant 

County, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Mason County, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, (502-223-9030) Anderson County, Bourbon County, Estill County, 

Fleming County, Harrison County, Madison Central, Mercer County, Oldham County, South Oldham, Western Hills 

Region V - Manager: Alice Leigh, Russell High School, Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY Breathitt County, East Carter, Jackson County, 

Knott County Central, Lawrence County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Creek, West Carter, Whitesburg 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, (606-679-1574) Adair County, Boyle County, Clay County, 

Corbin, McCreary Central, Madison Southern, Marion County, Middlesboro, Taylor County, Wayne County 

CLASS AAA 

GIRLS 

Region I - Manager: Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. High School, 4255 New Hartford Rd., Owensboro, KY 42301 (502-684-681 7) Apollo, 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Graves County, Grayson County, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin, Owensboro, Warren Central 

Region II - Manager: Brother Borgia, St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40217, (502-637-4712) 

Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Irquois, Male, Presentation Academy, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Shelby County 

Region III - Manager: Rich Rostel, Trinity High School, 401 1 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40207 (502-895-6765) Assumption, 

Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, Jeffersontown, Meade County, Moore, Seneca 

Region IV - Manager: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, KY 40258, (502-454- 

8311) Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Mercy Academy, North Bullitt, Pleasure Ridge Park, 

Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V - Manager: Jean Wright, Frankfort, (502-695-2081) Boone County, Boyd County, Campbell County, Franklin County, 

George Rogers Clark, Greenup County, Holmes, Johnson Central, Notre Dame. Scott County, Woodford County 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, (606-679-1574) Bell County, Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Montgomery County, Nelson County, 

Pulaski County, Tates Creek, Whitley County 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1989 PAGE ELEVEN 

1989 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

(continued) 

CLASS A 

BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Willie Simpson, Providence High School, Cedar Street, Providence, KY 42430 (502-667-7065) Central City, 

Crittenden County, Fulton City, Fulton County, Lyon County, Muhlenburg Central, Providence, South Hopkins, St Mary, University 

Heights, West Hopkins 

Region II - Manager: Thomas Monaco, Kentucky Country Day, 4100 Sprlngdale Road, Louisville, KY 40222 (502-423-0440) 

Bardstown, Beth Haven, Bethlehem, Caverna, Christian Academy, Cumberland County, Hancock County, Kentucky Country Day, 

Metcalfe County, Spencer County, St. Francis, Trinity (Whitesville), Washington County 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, 200 Jackson Street, Dayton, KY 42240 (606-261-4357) Augusta, 

Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Bracken County, Covington Latin, Dayton, Holy Cross (Covington), Fairview, Ludlow, Newport Central 

Catholic, Raceland, Silver Grove, St. Henry, Walton-Verona 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, Frankfort, KY (502-223-8030) Bath County, 

Burgin, Carroll County, Central Kentucky Christian, Gallatin County, Harrodsburg, Henry County, Lexington Catholic, Living 

Waters, Menifee County, Millersburg Military Institute, Model, Owen County, Paris, Williamstown 

Region V - Manager: Larry Gritton, Oneida Baptist Institute, Mulberry Street, Oneida, KY 40972 (606-847-4111) Allen Central, 

Buckhorn, Cordia, Dilce Combs, Elliott County, Fleming Neon, Hazard, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Lee County, Letcher, McDowell, 

Mullins, Oneida Baptist Institute, Paintsville, Phelps, Riverside Christian 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School, 51 1 East University Street, Somerset, KY 42501 (606-679- 

1574) Berea, Danville, Cumberland, Evarts, Garrard County, Harlan, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Monticello, Somerset, 

Williamsburg, Owsley County 

CLASS AA 

BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Lee Lange, Fort Campbell High School, Ohio Avenue & Falcon Loop, Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (615-431- 

5056) Calloway County, Fort Campbell, Franklin-Simpson, Monroe County, Owensboro Catholic, Paducah Tilghman, Trigg 

County, Union County, Warren East, Webster County 

Region II - Manager: Thomas Monaco, Kentucky Country Day, 4100 Sprlngdale Road, Louisville, KY 40222 (502-423-0400) 

Barren County, Breckinridge County, East Hardin, Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Green County, Hart 

County, LaRue County, West Hardin 

Region III - Manager: Barry Binkley, Dayton High School, (606-621 -4357) Conner, Covington Catholic, Grant County, Highlands, 

Lloyd Memorial, Mason County, Newport, Scott, Simon-Kenton 

Region IV - Manager: Frank Miklavcic, Frankfort High School (502-223-9030) Anderson County, Bourbon County, Estill County, 

Fleming County, Harrison County, Mercer County, Oldham County, South Oldham, Western Hills 

Region V - Manager: Alice Leigh, Russell High School, Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY 41 169 (606-836-9658) Breathitt County, East 

Carter, Jackson County, Knott County, Lawrence County, Paul Blazer, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter, 

Whitesburg 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School (606-679-1574) Adair County, Boyle County, Clay County, 

Corbin, McCreary Central, Marion County, Madison Southern, Middlesboro, Taylor County, Wayne County 

CLASS AAA 

BOYS 

Region I - Manager: Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. High School, 4255 New Hartford Rd., Owensboro, KY 42301 (502-684-6817) Apollo, 

Christian County, Bowling Green, Daviess County, Graves County, Grayson County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, North Hardin, Owensboro, Warren Central 

Region II - Manager: Brother Borgia, St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217 (502-637-4712) 

Atherton, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, Shelby County, St. Xavier 

Region III - Manager: Rich Rosiel, Trinity High School, 4011 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40207 (502-895-6765) Ballard, 

Eastern, Fern Creek, Highview Baptist, Jeffersontown, Meade County, Moore, Oldham County, Seneca, South Oldham, Trinity, 

Waggener 

Region IV - Manager: Russ Kline, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, 5901 Greenwood Road, Louisville, KY 40258 (502-454-8554) 

Bullitt Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, North Bullitt, Southern, Valley, Western 

Region V - Manager: Jean Wright, 41 Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort, KY 40601 (502-695-2081) Boone County, Boyd County, 

Campbell County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, Greenup County, Holmes, Johnson Central, Paul 

Blazer, Scott County, Woodford County 

Region VI - Manager: Gordon Bocock, Pulaski County High School (606-679-1574) Bell County, Bryan Station, Henry Clay, 

Jessamine County, Knox Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Montgomery County, Nelson County, 

Pulaski County, Tates Creek 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1989 



9 



1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION VOLLEYBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
Rule Book 

Page 23, rule 7-1 -2, second sentence, change "Once submitted" to "Thereafter." 

Page 33, Rule 10-2-PEN 2a. delete "without further penalty " 

Page 34, Rule 10-2-PEN 2, delete "No further penalty is assessed " 

Page 36. Rule 11-4-1, change to read. "In the case of an injury/illness, the game 

shall resume with a replay." 

NOTE; In the following situations. Team S is the Serving Team and Team R is the 
Receiving Team 

SITUATION #1: The court at a match site (a) is marked in meters, (b) has a 2' 
center line; (c) has no center line through a mascot m the center of the gym. 
RULING; In (a) and (b), legal. In (c), home management shall tape a 2" or 4" line 
where needed over the mascot. 

COMMENT: A coun must have a center line The line may be2" or 4" wide {2-1-1, 
2-1-4) 

SITUATION #2: A net standard is padded with a makeshift arrangement of 
propped-up mats tied to the pole Although the mats are resilient and shock- 
absorbing, the arrangement makes it difficult for the umpire to see the play 
RULING: Umpire makes the best of the situation, but officials should inform home 
management that the proper padding for the net standards be procured as soon as 
possible (3-1 -3a) 

SITUATION #3: A coach repeatedly stands up in front of her bench in order to see 
the scoreboard, requests the number of a player who committed a net foul for 
statistical purposes. 
RULING: No penalty 

COMMENT; Officials should use discretion when enforcing the rules. Officials 
have the authority to make decisions about infractions throughout the match. 
(3 3-2. 5-1-2, 12-2-4) 

SITUATION #4: The bleachers are being used as the team bencfies. The referee 
asks host management to place tape on the bleachers in line with the out-of- 
bounds extension of the 10 foot line. 

RULING: Correct procedure This will keep team personnel m proper location 
(3-5-1) 

SITUATION #5: A player attempts to enter the game wearing a plastic covered air 
cast covered with (a) an ace bandage on her forearm, (b) a sock on her ankle. 
RULING: In (a) illegal equipment, unnecessary delay, (b) legal (4-1-1, 2). 
SITUATION #6; During warm ups, a player is wearing elastic shorts which extend 
below the uniform shorts. The official notifies the player's coach that there would 
be a penalty for improper uniform of point or side-out assessed once during the 
match or the elastic shorts must be removed before the player participates in the 
match, 

RULING: Correct procedure (4-2-1, 2; 4-3-1, 2) 

SITUATION #7: Two players on Team A are (a) weanng white t-shirts which are 
visible beneath maroon uniform shirts; (b) bicycle tights which extend below 
uniform shorts. 

RULING: In both (a) and (b), improper uniform 

COMMENT: Undershirts must be of like-color to uniform shirts and players may 
not wear tights which extend below the shorts without written medical 
authorization from a physician. Preventive officiating before match may remedy 
the situation (4*3-2, 3) 

SITUATION #8: The referee notices one of the starling players on Team S (serves 
first in the game) is wearing a uniform with temporary numbers 
RULING: Improper uniform, side-out to begin the game. 

COMMENT: The penalty for improper uniforms is assessed once during a match 
for the entire team (4-3-4a, 4-3-Pen ) 

SITUATION #9: Team A appears at the match site in matching uniforms with 
permanent, legal numbers On most players, the A" numbers on the upper front of 
the shirt extend below the level of the armpits On some small players, the 4" 
numbers extend below the chest. 
RULING: Legal 

COMMENT: 'Upper front" is designated to exclude the placing of numbers on the 
shirt tail or low on the shirt so that the number is obscured when a player bends 
over. Uniforms that meet the intent of the rule should not cause penalties based on 
the size or shape ol a high school player {4-3-4b) 

SITUATION #10: Team A is videotaping the match Team A's coach attempts to 
show the players from Team A a video replay of a close call by the officials during 
(a) the game, (b) the intermission between games 

RULING: Unsportsmanlike conduct, point or side-out awarded the opponent 
immediately m (a) and to being the next game in (b). (5-1-2) 
SITUATION #1 1 : The umpire whistles and signals a center line foul. The referee 
joins the umpire in signaling the center line foul and they both signal 
point/side-out. 
RULING: Correct procedure 

COMMENT: The referee does not blow the whistle if the umpire initiates the call 
(5-3-3C1) 

SITUATION #12: Coach from Team A submits a roster and lineup 15 minutes 
before match time The coach observes poor behavior by one her starters Five 
minutes before match time, the coach changes the lineup 



RULING: Legal. A lineup becomes official 2 minutes prior to the first game of the 
match, not at the time it is submitted 

COMMENT: The scorer should not enter the numbers ol the starting lineup until 2 
minutes prior to the first game. (5-5-1b, 7-1-2) 

SITUATION #13: Team R has 7 players on its roster, one of whom is wearing a 
different color shirt One of the starting players is injured and is removed from the 
game Team S is serving with the score 13-12. Team R wants to play short, rather 
than (orfeit a point for improper uniform. 

RULING: Illegal. No team may play with less than 6 when it can do otherwise. The 
seventh player is a legal, uninjured player and must be entered or a point is 
awarded Team S (6-1-2) 

SITUATION #14: At the moment of serve, OB of the receiving team is crouched 
close to her teammate, OF CB's feet aree behind CF's toes, but GBs hand is on the 
floor m front of CB's toes. 
RULING: Legal 

COMMENT; Overlapping is determined only by the players' foot/ feet touching the 
floor. [6-3-2b(2)] 

SITUATION #1 5: In game 2 of a match, the wrong team is awarded service; scores 
3 points, then there is a side-out The opposing team serves and earns one point 
before the error is discovered. 
RULING: Play continues. 

COMMENT: If the error had been discovered while the wrong team was serving or 
before the opponent had served following the side-out, the 3 points would be 
cancelled and the game resumed with the proper team serving. (6-3-Pen. 2c, 
8-2-5d) 

SITUATION #16; In checking the starling lineup of players on the court, the umpire 
discovers #8 on the court and #4 on the lineup sheet. The coach asks to take a 
penalty and leave #8 on the court. 

RULING; Request denied; player #4 must come into the lineup Unnecessary delay 
may be assessed if there is delay of game. (7-1 -2. 10-1-4) 
SITUATION #17: CB on Team B is overlapping at the moment that RB on Team A 
serves. The server is touching the end line at the moment she serves. 
RULING: Illegal serve, side-out (8-2-7a) 

SITUATION #1 8: CB on Team R is overlapping at the moment that RB on Team S 
serves The served ball hits: (a) the antenna; (b) the server's teammate; (c) the 
ceiling 

RULING: Point (a), (b) and (c) illegal alignment; point. (a-2-7b) 
SITUATION #19: A player from Team S successfully plays a ball from out-of- 
bounds and immediately breaks the plane of an area determined by legal ground 
rules to be a nonplayable area. 
RULING: Out-of-bounds, side-out. 

COMMENT: Neither a player nor the ball is permitted to break the plane of a 
nonplayable area (9-3-3k. 2-4-1b) 

SITUATION #20: Team S has hit the ball three times. However, no part of the ball 
crosses the net, and Team R blocks the ball. Team S contacts the ball following the 
legal block. 

RULING: Legal, play continues 

COMMENT; A ball is considered to have crossed the net, even though no part of 
the ball crossed the net when it was legally blocked, (9-4-2. 9-4-4c) 
SITUATION #21: The LF from Team S and the RF from Team R block a ball that is 
above the net. After simultaneous contact by both opponents, the ball goes 
out-of-bounds on Team R's side 
RULING: Out-of-bounds, side-out 

COMMENT: The LF of the serving team is considered to have touched the ball last. 
(9-4-6C) 

SITUATION #22: A player on Team 8. making no attempt to block but with hands 
raised overhead and standing close to the net. is hit by Team R's dinked ball well 
below the top of the net. The ball rebounds from the player's head and she then 
sets the ball to her teammate 
RULING: Double hit, side-out. 

COMMENT: The play did not meet all 3 criteria for a block. (9-4-8a, 9-5-1c) 
SITUATION #23: In a single play, a spike hits CF (a legal blocker) rebounding from 
one hand to the other, then striking the CF on the head before being legally played 
by a teammate 

RULING: Legal, play continues 

COMMENT: Since the ball is contacted near the top of the net. the play is 
considered a block {9-4-8a) 

SITUATION #24: A player from Team R receiving a dink/tip has multiple contacts 
on one attempt to play the ball 
RULING: Double hit, point 19-4-8b. 9-5-lb(l)] 

SITUATION #25: Team S serves and wins the point, making the score 14-12. It is 
discovered that Team R has an illegal substitute on the court. The official assesses 
Team R with an unnecessary delay penalty. Team R has already used its two 
time-outs 

RULING: Point awarded to Team S It wins the game 15-12 
COMMENT: When a team has taken its allotted time-out. point/side-out is 
awarded the opponents. (9-9-Pen. 10-3-Pen.. 1 1 -2-Pen. 2) 



^■B Sporting Goods 

/ItUleiic Sp^eclcUut 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



TOLL 

FREE 

1-800 

442-0132 




^39.95 

Phantom Hi Top 



Get a head start on the 1989-90 basketball 
season by outfitting your team in the state-of- 
the-art, high performance basketball shoes -- 
the adidas Torsion Phoenix. The Torsion 
system lets the fore-foot and heel move in two 
parts. Naturally. So players can run, jump and 
make quick movements more easily and with 
less strain on joints, muscles and tendons. 

The Phoenix, plus the non-Torsion Stealth, 
are part of the 1 989 Team adidas program and j 
are available in both high and low models in a/ 
variety of popular team colors. ) 

If you order a minimum of 12 pair of Teami 
adidas basketball shoes, you will receive a free 
Team adidas jacket. Each player on the team for 
whom shoes are ordered will receive a Team 
adidas practice T-shirt. 

ADIDAS 



«35.95 

Phantom Lo Top 




tea«^.fsctioolc° 



,ourS' 



'^:^ 



tea"^ 



adid^' 



hirt'- 



The best ankle brace 
is now even better! 



SWEDE-O-lMVEfm: 

Swede-O-Universal introduces an all- 
new concept...the "Knit Tongue" 

This unique brace actually has three 

improvements: 

•the knit tongue in front 

•longer elastic in the back 

•a reconfigured stabilizer 





1 I . 


H 


1 






Stabilizer 

(not included) 

> 




Your benefits from these new fea- 
tures include: 
•a snug fit while lacing 
•less bulk, fits even better inside 

the shoe 
•greater comfort for the achille's 

tendon 
•easier to insert stabilizers, greater 

comfort for calcaneous 



Now $18.95 



231 W. Main 



Stabilizers 
$3.90 Pair 



"g^^»gPPPOOO'»****^i***^ '^'i MtMtJtJIJtJtMtJtJtJtJtJt^ ..JJ.....^, 



Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 
1-800-274-4373 i 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
US Postage 

PAID 
Richmond. KY 
Permit No. 108 



I 


^^^^^H 




H y^is^m^Hr 


1 


HHjj^^l 






p^ 


B^H 




October, 1989 ^^H 








Volume 3 ^^^^H 




^SP^^^^H^^^^^^^H 




Hb||^ ^>^^^^H 




^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M 


^ '' 


1. - N^i* 




^i^i^^^ ^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^l 




■<► f 






ll 


E\ ^m 




^^^^^^^^^^F ii^^^k ^^^^^H 





Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member ol National Federation of State High School AssoclaHons 



[MEWS National Federation Announces 

RELEASE ^'9*^ School Activities Week 




OCTOBER 15-22 



Sportsmanship is one of the new themes for the 1 0th annual observance of National High School Activities Week, which begins 
Sunday and runs through October 22. 

Conceived by the National Federation of State High School Associations in 1 980, Activities Week has been designated by the 
United States Congress and the President of the United States as a special time to promote the values Inherent In high school 
athletics and other activities such as speech, music, drama, band and cheerleadlng. 

During this special week, nationwide attention will be given to the more than 10 million high school activity participants. In 
addition, working through the National Federation and Its 51 member state associations, local communities will be recognizing 
coaches, officials and other leaders, as well as building support for high school activity programs. 

Several special days are set aside during the week to recognize specific groups or programs, and a new addition this year will be 
National Sportsmanship Day on October 19. 

The National Federation Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Committee was started earlier this year, and sportsmanship Is the 
No. 1 priority of the National Federation for 1989-90. Schools and communities are urged to reinforce their commitment to 
sportsmanship or use October 19 to launch a year-long emphasis to promote good sportsmanship. 

As a sign of Its commitment to Improving sportsmanship In high school settings across the United States, the National Federation 
Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Committee earlier this year adopted the following statement of philosophy: 

"The ideals of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior and Integrity permeate our culture. The values of good citizenship and high 
behavioral standards apply equally to all activity disciplines. In perception and practice, good sportsmanship shall be defined as 
those qualities of behavior which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. Further, an awareness Is 
expected of the impact of an Individual's influence on the behavior of others. Good sportsmanship is viewed by the National 
Federation as a concrete measure of the understanding and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior and integrity." 

As a follow-up to the recent Walt Disney World National Dreamers and Doers ceremony in Orlando, Florida, the 45 state 
"Dreamers and Doers" will serve as official chairpersons of National High School Activities Week. 

Co-sponsored by Walt Disney World and the National Federation, the "Dreamers and Doers" program recognizes those 
students who are the "backbone" of activity programs and who have had a positive impact of those around them. 

The state "Dreamers and Doers" will be speaking in their schools and communities, striving to increase the public's awareness 
of the values and needs of activity programs. 

"Studies have indicated that only one to three percent of the average high school's budget is devoted to interscholastic athletics, 
which truly is a bargain when matched against the valuable lessons kids learn," said Brice Durbin, executive director of the 
National Federation. "Considering the lifelong values that are obtained through participation in high school activities, we believe 
these programs are the best bargain around." 

Participation in high school athletics has remained steady the past several years. The 1988-89 survey showed a total of 
5,256,196 participants, down 18,311 from 1987-88. The 5,256,196 figure was composed of 3,416,844 boys and 1,839,352 girls. 

Soccer gained the most participants among boys sports at the high school level, and volleyball showed the largest increase for 
girls sports. Soccer gained 1 0,038 participants last year and held its No. 6 spot among the 1 most popular boys sports. Volleyball 
gained 6,513 participants last year, tops among girls sports, and held its No. 3 ranking among girls sports. 

Among boys sports, football is still the most popular activity in terms of participants with 951 ,669. Basketball remained the most 
popular boys sport among schools, with 16,711 Basketball is the most popular girls sport, with 16,173 schools and 379,337 
participants. 

Figures for participation in non-athletic activity programs were compiled for the first time in 1988-89. With reports from about 
one-half of the states, band was the most popular non-athletic activity program for boys and girls last year with 200,142 and 
234,262 participants, respectively. 

For girls, other popular programs, in order, were vocal, spirit, drama, orchestra and debate. Following band for boys were vocal, 
drama, debate, orchestra and spirit. 

Building upon this interest in interscholastic sports and activity programs during the eight days of Activities Week, the National 
Federation and its member states associations, league and conferences, communities, Individual schools, and millions of 
participants will join in a cooperative effort to promote student participation in activities. 

Six of the eight days during Activities Week have been set aside to honor certain individuals or promote special events and 
activities: 

Monday, October 16, Is National Officials Day, which was established in cooperation with the National Federation 
Interscholastic Officials Association (NFIOA) to recognize game and contest officials. Approximately 500,000 individuals add to the 
quality of interscholastic activity programs by serving as officials or judges of athletic and non-athletic contests. 

Tuesday, October 17. is National Speecti and Music Day, which was established to promote those non-athletic activities for 
which the National Federation provides national services -- speech, music, drama and debate. 

Wednesday, October 1 8, is National Cfiemical Health Awareness Day, which is set aside to raise the public's awareness about 
the problems of alcohol and other drug use in the nation's schools. The National Federation TARGET program is working with its 
member state associations and high schools to help students cope with problems related to alcohol and other drugs. 

Thursday, October 1 9. is National Sportsmanship Day, which was started this year to promote good sportsmanship, ethics and 
integrity in the nation's high schools. 

Friday, October 20, is National Coaches Day, which has been set aside on the traditional night for high school football in 
cooperation with the National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association (NFICA) to recognize and honor coaches of all 
sports teams. 

Saturday, October 21 . is National Fund Raising Day, which is designated to promote fund raising for activity programs that is 
desperately needed in many cases. 



VOL. LI, NO. 3 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

OCTOBER, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
REPORT OF EXAMINATIONS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

for the years ended June 30, 1989 and 1988 



MILLER, MAYER, SULLIVAN & STEVENS 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 



INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT 

Commissioner and Board of Control 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Lexington, Kentucky 



We have audited the balance sheets of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association (a nonprofit organization) and the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association Retirement Trust Fund as of June 30. 1 989 
and 1988 and the related statements of revenues, expenditures, 
changes in fund balance and changes in financial position for the 
years then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of 
the Association's management. Our responsibility is to express an 
opinion on these financial statements based on our audits. 

We conducted our audits in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards. Those standards require that we plan and perform 
the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial 
statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes 
examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and 
disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes 
assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates 
made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial 
statement presentation. We believe that our audits provide a 
reasonable basis for our opinion. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, 
in all material respects, the financial position of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association and the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association RetirementTrustFundatJuneSO, 1989 and 1988 and the 
results of their operations for the years then ended in conformity with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 

Our audit was made for the purpose of forming an opinion on the basic 
financial statements taken as a whole. The supplemental information 
is presented for the purposes of additional analysis and is not a 
required part of the basic financial statements. Such information has 
been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the 
basic financial statements and, in our opinion. Is fairly stated in all 
material respects in relation to the basic financial statements taken as 
a whole. 

MILLER, l\/IAYER. SULLIVAN & STEVENS 
Lexington, Kentucky 
July 28, 1989 



Fixed assets (Note 1): 
Land 
Building 
Equipment 


27,000 
209,289 
170.194 


27,000 
209,289 
160.409 


Total fixed assets 


408,483 


396.698 




$1,139,177 


$1,008,504 








LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 

Current liabilities: 
Accounts payable 
Unearned federal grant 


$ 15,226 
48,049 


$ 8,704 
-0- 


Total current liabilities 


63,275 


8,704 


Fund equity: 
Insurance reserve (Note 4) 
Reserve for fixed assets (Note 1) 
Fund balance 

Total fund equity 


73,214 
406,483 
596,205 

1,075,902 


-0- 
396,698 
603,102 

999,800 




$1,139,177 


$1 ,008,504 



STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 
AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 



BALANCE SHEETS 



Current assets: 






Cash 


$ 97,247 


$ 140.198 


Certificates of deposit and 






savings accounts 


553,903 


463,278 


Interest receivable 


1,438 


1,438 


Prepaid insurance 


6,892 


6,892 



Total current assets 



Insurance deposit, restricted 



Boys' State Basketball Tournament 


$ 808,623 


$ 827,674 


Girls' State Basketball Tournament 


157,846 


146,555 


Football playoffs 


83,969 


74,918 


Member fees 


88,186 


79.509 


Other tournaments 


66,999 


66.895 


Interest earned 


49.090 


38.287 


Hall of Fame game 


33,650 


40.900 


Advertising and publications 


34,559 


23.684 


Corporate sponsors 


13,909 


15.506 


Video sales and other 


10.698 


8.111 


Mid America Classic 


-0- 


8.157 


TOTAL REVENUES 


1,347.529 


1,330.196 


EXPENDITURES 






General and administrative 


800,215 


770.316 


Boys' State Basketball Tournament 


246.163 


219.983 


Girls' State Basketball Tournament 


91.130 


93.234 


Track 


55,689 


56.519 


Football playoffs 


34,283 


32,460 


Hall of Fame game 


24,430 


18,649 


Tennis 


16,172 


14,848 


Cross Country 


12,203 


14,585 


Golf 


10,443 


10.250 


Baseball 


10,479 


11.138 


Soccer 


7,148 


11.802 


Softball 


17,882 


14,308 


Swimming 


12,095 


8,677 


Wrestling 


10,589 


12,789 


Volleyball 


5,505 


4,217 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


1,354,426 


1,293,775 



Continued on page 2 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



OCTOBER, 1989 



VOL. LI, NO. 3 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P O Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 



BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1 988- 1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Pearl Ray Lefevers 
(1988-1992) Kettle Island, Charles Miller (1986-1990) 
Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1992) Morehead, Jack 
Portw/ood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989-1993) 
Murray, Liz Trabandt (1 988- 1 991 ) Ashland; State Department 
of Education - Harry Loy, Frankfort. 



Continued from page 1 

REVENUES OVER (UNDER) 
EXPENDITURES 
Fund balance, beginning of year 

Fund balance, end of year 



(6,897) 
603,102 



36,421 
566,681 



$ 596,205 $ 603,102 



ASSETS 



RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 

1989 1988 



Current assets: 
Cash 
Certificates of deposit and 

savings accounts 
Accrued interest receivable 



FUND BALANCE 
Fund balance 



$ 4,482 

130,000 
450 


$ 3,256 

125,000 
450 


$134,932 


$128,706 


$134,932 


$128,706 



6,226 


5,210 


128,706 


123,496 


$134,932 


$128,706 





EXCESS REVENUES 
OVER EXPENDITURES 

Fund balance, beginning of year 
Fund balance, end of year 



STATEMENT OF CHANGES 
IN FINANCIAL POSITION 

for the years ended June 30, 1989 and 1988 

Retirement 
Operating Trust 

Fund Fund 



Working capital. July 1, 1987 
Source: 
Excess of revenues over 
expenditures for the year 


$566,681 
36,421 


$123,496 
5,210 


Working capital, June 30, 1988 
Source: 
Excess of revenues over 
expenditures for the year 


603,102 
(6,897) 


128,706 
6,226 


Working capital, June 30, 1989 


$596,205 


$134,932 




Analysis of changes in working capital 
for the year ended June 30, 1988 
Increase (decrease) in 
current assets: 
Cash and cash equivalents 
Interest receivable 
Prepaid insurance 

Increase in accounts payable 


$ 42,063 

(1.732) 

449 

(4,359) 


$ 5,210 
-0- 
-0- 

-0- 


Increase (decrease) in working capital, 
June 30. 1988 


$ 36,421 


$ 5,210 









For year ended June 30, 1989 
Increase (decrease) in 
current assets 

Cash and cash equivalents 

Interest receivable 

Prepaid insurance 

Increase in unearned federal grant 
Increase in accounts payable 

Increase (decrease) in working capital, 
June 30, 1989 



47,674 
-0- 
-0- 


6,226 

-0- 
-0- 


(48,049) 


-0- 


(6,522) 


-0- 


$ (6,897) 


$ 6,226 





KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

for the years ended June 30, 1989 and 1988 



RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES 

AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 



REVENUES 



EXPENDITURES: 
Retirement payments 



1988 



Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association is a nonprofit 
Association organized for the purpose of development, regulation 
and purification of athletic activities in the Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. 

The financial statements of the Association have been prepared 
on the accrual basis. The significant accounting policies followed 
are described below to enhance the usefulness of the financial 
statements to the reader. 

Continued on page 3 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATiiLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



Continued from page 2 

To ensure observance of limitations and restrictions placed on 
the use of resources available to the Association, the accounts of 
the Association are maintained in accordance with the principles 
of fund accounting. This is the procedure by which resources for 
various purposes are classified for accounting and reporting 
purposes into funds established according to their nature and 
purposes. Separate accounts are maintained for each fund; 
however, in the accompanying financial statements, all trans- 
actions of the Association have been combined into the operating 
fund, except for transactions of the Retirement Trust Fund as 
descritied in Note 2 (C). The assets, liabilities and fund balances of 
the Association are reported in two self balancing fund groups as 
follows: 

The Operating Fund includes resoures used for purposes of the 
Association that are available for support of authorized events and 
operations. 

The Retirement Trust Fund is utilized to account for the Trust 
assets and retirement benefits as described in Note 2 (C). 

Fixed assets are stated at cost and are fully reserved. Fixed 
assets are recorded as expenditures at the time of purchase and 
are not depreciated. 

The investments consist of certificates of deposit, savings 
accounts and similar accounts that are stated at cost. 



All Commissioners of the Association participate in the 
Statewide Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System, a multi- 
employer public employee retirement system established and 
administered by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to provide 
benefit pension plan coverage for local school districts and 
other public educational agencies within the State. 

Chapter 161 Section 220 of the Kentucky Revised Statutes 
stipulates who may become a member of the Teachers' 
Retirement System. Generally, eligible persons are employed 
by local boards of education, the State Department of 
Education, some state universities, and some non-state 
supported organizations. Information regarding total payroll 
for employees covered by the System for the year ended June 
30, 1989 was not available at this time. 

Employees are entitled to an annual retirement benefit, 
payable monthly for life, if they either attain the age of fifty-five 
(55) and complete five (5) years of Kentucky service or 
complete twenty-seven (27) years of Kentucky service. Non- 
university employees receive monthly payments equal to 
either two (2) percent (service prior to January 1 , 1 984) or two 
and one half {2V!) percent (service after January 1, 1984) of 
their final average salaries for each year of credited service. 
The final average salary is the average of the employee's five 
(5) highest annual salaries. Members' retirement benefits 
become vested when they complete five (5) years of credited 
service. 

Members are required by statute to contribute 9.855% of 
their salaries to the System. The state of Kentucky contributes 
the remaining amounts necessary to finance the participation 
of employees in the System. Employer contributions are 
determined as a level percentge of payroll. If an employee 
leaves covered employment before accumulating five (5) years 
of credited service, acumulated employee contributions plus 
interest earned are refunded to the employee upon his or her 
request. The contribution requirement for the year ended June 
30, 1 989 and 1 988 was $45,484 and $43,600. The contributions 
for 1989 and 1988 consisted of $25,962 and $24,956 from the 
Association and $1 9,523 and $1 8,644 from the Commissioners. 
The Association's contributions for 1 989 and 1 988 represented 
13.105% and 12.85% covered payroll, respectively. 
The amount shown below as "pension benefit obligation" is a 
standardized disclosure measure of the present value of 
pension benefits, adjusted for the effects of projected salary 
increases, estimated to be payable in the future as a result of 
employee service to date. The measure is the actuarial present 
value of credited projected benefits and is intended to help 
users assess KTRS funding status on a going-concern basis, 
assess progress made in accumulating sufficient assets to pay 
benefits when due, and make comparisons among public 
employee retirement systems. 

The System does not make separate measurements of 
assets and pension benefit obligations for individual 
employers. 



Information regarding the pension benefit obligation as of 
June 30, 1989 and the System's net assets available for 
benefits on that date is not available at this time. The pension 
benefit obligation at June 30, 1 987 for the System as a whole, 
determined through an actuarial valuation performed as of that 
date, was $3,799,300,000. The System's net assets available 
for benefits on that date (valued at market) were 
$2,562,300,000, leaving an unfunded pension benefit 
obligation of $1,237,000,000. 

Historical trend information showing the System's progress 
in accumulating sufficient assets to pay benefits when due is 
presented in the System's June 30, 1988 comprehensive 
annual report. 

B. Kentucky Employees' Retirement System 

All other eligible employees participate In the Statewide 
Kentucky Employees' Retirement System, a multi-employer 
public employee retirement system, established and 
administered by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 

The System is a defined benefit plan which covers 
substantially all regular full-time employees of any state 
department, board, or agency directed by Executive Order to 
participate in the System. Information regarding total payroll 
for employees covered by the System for the year ended June 
30, 1989 was not available at this time. 

Eligible members of the Kentucky Retirement Systems are 
entitled to an annual retirement benefit, payable monthly for 
life, if they either attain the age of 65 and have 48 or more 
months of service or accumulate 30 years of service credit, 1 5 
of which must be current service. The monthly retirement 
allowance is equal to 1 .91 % of the average annual salary of the 
members five highest earnings years multiplied by the number 
of years of service credit. Members retiring at less than 55 
years of age with 25 or more years of service credit are entitled 
to reduced benefits. Members' retirement benefits become 
fully vested when they complete sixty months of service, 
twelve of which are current service. 

For the years ended June 30, 1989 and 1988, participating 
employees contributed 5% of creditable compensation to the 
System. Employer contribution rates are intended to fund the 
System's normal cost on a current basis plus one percent (1 %) 
of unfunded past service costs per annum plus interest at the 
actuarial assumed rate. Such contribution rates are 
determined by the Board of Trustees of Kentucky Retirement 
Systems each biennium. Participating employers contributed 
at 7.45% of members' non-hazardous compensation for the 
year ended June 30, 1988 and 1987. 

The contribution requirement for the year ended June 30, 
1989 and 1988 was $8,825 and $7,772. The contributions for 
1989 and 1988 consisted of $5,281 and $4,651 from the 
Association and $3,544 and $3,121 from the employees. 

The amount shown below as "pension benefit obligation" is 
a standardized disclosure measure of the present value of 
pension benefits, adjusted for the effects of projected salary 
increases, estimated to be payable in the future as a result of 
employee service to date. The measure is the actuarial present 
value of credited projected benefits and is intended to help 
users assess the System's funding status on a going-concern 
basis, assess progress made in accumulating sufficient assets 
to pay benefits when due, and make comparisons among 
public employee retirement systems (PERS). The measure is 
independent of theactuarial funding method used to determine 
contributions to the System. 

The pension benefit obligation for 1 989 was not available at 
this time. The pension benefit obligation for the year ended 
June 30, 1988 for the System as a whole, determined through 
an actuarial valuation performed as of that date, was 
$1 ,400,01 3,802. The System's net assets available for benefits 
on that date (valued at market) were $1 ,426,056,402. Historical 
trend information showing assets available to pay benefits 
when due is presented in the System's June 30, 1988 
comprehensive annual report 

C. Retirement Trust Fund 

The Retirement Trust Fund was created by a Pension Plan 
Agreement dated July 1, 1970 for the purpose of providing 
retirement benefits to certain full-time employees of the 
Association. Entry to this Plan was closed in October, 1984. 
The Plan covers one individual. Contributions to the Plan are 
made by the Association at the discretion of the Administrative 
Committee. The Association paid benefits under this Plan for 

Continued on page 4 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



Continued from page 3 

the years ended June 30, 1989 and 1988 totaling $3,452 and 
$3,385, respectively, 

3 Contingent Liabilities 

At June 30, 1 989, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
was a defendent m a pending lawsuit, in which the Association 
may have potential liability. Although damage claims are not 
known at this time, management has determined that available 
insurance coverage will be sufficient to provide for these 
contingent liabilities. Therefore, the accompanying financial 
statements do not contain a provision for the liability, if any. that 
may result from this suit 

4 Insurance Deposit 

As of June 30, 1 989, the Association has $73,21 4 on deposit with 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. Fund Administrators Association This 
money is restricted to future insurance claims and premiums. 



e 



1989-90 Certified 

and Approved 
Football Officials 



A large number of K H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for the advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of the National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receiving these higher ratings are eligible to work in 
the district and regional tournaments. Only K. H.S.A.A. 
approved or certified officials shall be used in games between 
sub-distnct and district winners. Only certified officials shall 
be used in all other playoff games. 



■Bud" 



Ctiange to Certified 

Allord, Robert M 
Cabbage, Bruce 
Calk, Mark T 
Carter, Mictiael T 
Chatfin. John B 
Dov^ning. Brooks D 
Faust, Phil 
Fox, Randy 
Gupton, George E 
Hankins, III, William F 
House, Joe 
Joyce, Andrew K 
Kain, Michael E 
Martino, Michael P 
McMillan, George 
Medeiros, Frank 
Meftord, Bobby 
Moore, Fr; 
Park, William C 
Patterson. Bill 
Peters, Billy R 
Reber, Robert A 
Renn, Robert D 
Revis, David 
Richie. Wyati 
Rigon, Dennis 
Schmitt, James P 
Schmitl. Roger J 
Searcy. 11. Jerry 
Silk, Dennis B 
Thomas, Michael A 
Vanderhoot. Ronald D 
Walsh. Tommy 
Wrobleski. Jim 



Change to Approved 

Abner. Kenneth W 
Adkins, Joseph E 
Brown, III, Hiram T 
Burkeen, Tony 
Canady, Jett 
Clark, sieve 
Collier. Robert J 



Combs. Sherman 
Cornelison. Michael R 
Crawford, Steven B 
Davidson. Jr. Harlan 
Decker. Chris 
Dorsey, Johnny L. 
Elovitz, Jr , Carl J. 
Earns. Kelley 
Ford, Kenneth 
Gardner, III, Alexander 
Gunler, sieve 
Hardy, Michael 
Harris, Steven L 
Helwig, Glenn Marion 
Herron, Jr , Dennis M 
Horn. Michael A 
Kolb. Jr . Herbert P 
Kordenbrock. Kenneth J 
Laughead, Charles 
Lott, Gary W. 
Lusk, Michael 
Lynch. Lester F 
Lyons, Jr , Irvin 
Maynard, David 
McDaniel, Anthony W 
McGralh, Kavin D 
Miller, Joseph A 
Newsom, Barry W 
Payne, Carroll E 
Phelps. Joseph "Bucky" 
Philpol, Michael D 
Porter, Kenneth E 
Rainey, Michael S. 
Ryan. Patrick E 
Sallee Jr . Logan R. 
Sallee. Robert A 
Scott, Erwin K 
Sipple, Thomas J. 
Steele. Randy 
Thompson. Duanne 
Todd. Ryan Len 
Wade. Greg 
Walls. Jefl D 
Wyatt, John G. 



® 



Change to Certified 

Barber, Jr. Oliver H- 
Brown, Stephen J 
Butler, Frank A 
Cashman, Aubrey E. 
Edgerton. Lee a, 
Manahan. Warren E, 
Stepler. Richard 
Unland, Bruce 
Warden, Howard L 
Wetherholt, Gary 
Whyland, John 
Wolf, Michael W. 



Change to Approved 

Araque, Jose Orlando 

Beckman. John G 
Bethge, Kathleen B 
Boyd, James T 
Canuel. Peter J R, 
Flaherty. Dan 
Prey, Gerald 
Garvey, Brett S 
Gottbrath, David G. 
Harmon. David C. 
Hayward. Samuel G. 



& 



Change to Certified 

Ketzer, Beth Dalton 
Rice, Debra M 
Wheeler, Lou S 

Change to Approved 

Bradley, Charles Jerome 
Casteet, Lisa 

Funk, Nancy 
Kruger, Daniel R 



1989-90 Certified 

and Approved 

Soccer Officials 



Hill, David 
Hilvers, Jim 
Howlett. Coleman W 
Jacob, John H 
Jacobs, Ron 
Johnson, William David 
Korzeniewski, Ron 
Kravitz, Steven N 
Lamb. James 
McAnnar. Robert Jesse 
Moore. Kennith 
Morris, Sam W 
Raney. Edward 
Schickel, Jim 
Seidler, Carl 
Shannon. Gratis M 
Smith, James R 
Staufter, Charles H 
Tetreauit, Glenn T 
Thomas, John M 
Tomazic, Toby F 
Tucker, Alan G, 
Weis, Jim 
Whitaker, Larry 
Wolkensperg. Kazmar A. 
Yates, James E 
Yonts, William T 



1989-90 Certified 

and Approved 
Volleyball Officials 



Lopez, Gilda D, 
Miller. John W 
Mullins, Mary W 
O'Brien, Terry Mane 
Ponchot. James 
Rich, Bert Anthony 
Silbernagel, Tom 
Stevens. James A. 
Stout. William E. 
Welsh, Kathy 



SPECIAL NOTICES 

K.H.S.A.A. Handbook 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has printed 
a handbook for 1989-90. Included in the handbook is a 
calendar of events, a section on general information about the 
K.H.S.A.A., a listing of member schools and their personnel. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Officials Handbook and Officials 
Directory. 

The Handbook is available to coaches, officials and other 
interested persons at a fee of $4.00 plus postage of $2.00 for 
one Handbook. Please send check or money order to 
Handbook, K.H.S.A.A.. P.O. Box 22280. Lexington, Kentucky 
40522 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



>^tv 



SWIMMING COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 
September 19, 1989 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



-TajsgeT 



SCHOOLS IN ACTION 



The Swimming Committee met on Tliursday, September 1 9, 
1989, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called the meeting to order at 
1 :30 p.m. Committee members present included Steve Bush, 
Tim Cahill, Marty O'Toole, Paul Short, Jack Thompson, Karen 
Vanover and David Webb. 

The first item of the agenda was the selection ot the 
regional sites. The managers and sites are as follows: Central 
Kentucky Region - Tim Cahill, Model High School, Richmond; 
Jefferson County Region - Jack Thompson, Crescent Hill, 
Louisville; Northern Kentucky Region - Dave Webb, Scott 
High School, Covington; Western Kentucky Region - Ron 
Prieskorn, Bowling Green High School, Bowling Green. The 
committee discussed the regional information sheets and 
made some minor changes. The Regional entry deadline date 
is February 6, 1990. 

The next item for discussion was the State Swim Meet and 
Site. The 1989-90 meet is scheduled on March 2 & 3, 1990 in 
the Lancaster Aquatic Center at the University of Kentucky. 

Brigid DeVries gave a report on the layout and equipment 
for the Lancaster Center, and answered questions by 
committee members about the new facility. The committee 
approved a two-day meet format with preliminaries Friday 
and finals on Saturday). To be submitted for consideration at 
the October meeting of the Board of Control. The committee 
made suggestions relative to the state time schedule and other 
state meet information. Karen Vanover proposed that coaches 
look into the possibility of future scheduling of the State Meet 
earlier with Regionals the first week in February and the State 
Meet the third weekend in February. Marty O'Toole suggested 
a new computer plan for seeding the State Meet. A committee 
was formed to study the plan for the upcoming school year. 

The committee then discussed the National Federation 
Rule Changes for the 1989-90 school year as well as the 
differences with regard to the United States Swimming Rules. 
The new National Federation Swimming and Diving Film is 
available for schools to use through the K.H.S.A.A. Office. 
Coaches may call and reserve the film for their use on a first 
come first served basis. 

The coaches present relayed information regarding 
various upcoming high school swimming events. They are as 
follows: 



MEET 


SITE 


DATE 


MANAGER 


Model H.S. 








Relay Meet 


E.K.U. 


12/2/89 


Tim Cahill 


Eagle Classic 








Swim Meet 


Scott H.S. 


1/6/90 


Jerry Mohr 


Hill Topper 








Invitational 


W.K.U. 


12/9/90 


Ron Prieskorn 
Bill Powell 


Lafayette Invitational U.K. 


T.B.A. 


Karen Vanover 


Scott Diving 










Scott H.S. 


1/20/90 


Dave Webb 



The K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws swimming 
section was reviewed and updated. 

Miscellaneous items included an invitation by Karen 
Vanover for more involvement in the Kentucky Coaches 
Association by the swimming coaches. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



WRESTLER SAYS NO' TO DRUGS 



In a world of pre-game steriods and post-game parties, 
there are still some athletes who don't drink, smoke or use 
drugs. 

Put David Walton in that category. 

A two-time district champion on the wrestling mats, Walton 
is a bona fide star at Northern Highlands Regional High 
School in Allendale, New Jersey. He has heard the horror 
stories of how drugs and alcohol have ruined some athletes' 
lives. 

Walton does not want to be one of them. As the Northern 
Highlands senior stood in front of 20 eighth -grade athletes, he 
tried to hammer that message home. 

"The fact that you're here shows that your teachers think 
highly of you. You should have confidence in yourselves. You 
don't need drugs," he said. 

Northern Highlands teacher Frank DeLuise, the school's 
substance abuse coordinator, calls Walton one of his 
dinosaurs - an endearing comment that speaks volumes 
about how pervasive drugs and alcohol are reaching deep 
into high school. 

Nowhere is that more evident than outside the gymnasium, 
when a sporting event's post-game euphoria often carries 
over to late-night parties, where an athlete is expected to be 
the star of the party after being a star on the playing field. 

Walton knows about such expectations; he has had them 
foisted upon him by so-called friends, and he has rejected 
them. 

"I had friends in my sophomore and junior years, but they 
began drinking every weekend, and one tried pot," said 
Walton, a tall teenager with brown hair. "If they can't be happy 
with the way they are without drugs, I don't need them. If they 
care more about getting a six-pack than other things, hey, see 
you later." 

Walton and 12 other Northern Highlands athletes led an 
anti-drug workshop for incoming eighth-grade athletes from 
Allendale and Upper Saddle River, the high school's two 
sending districts. The program is called Growing Up, Taking a 
Stand (GUTS), said DeLuise, the Northern Highlands field 
hockey coach. 

The high school athletes served as positive role models, a 
switch from the usual "This Can Happen To You" theme that 
focuses on drug-ridden athletes. 

"We want to show these kids that we don't do drugs or 
drink, and we still enjoy high school," said David Georgas, a 
senior who letters in three sports. "People still look up to us, 
and alcohol doesn't have to be a part of that." 

The eighth-graders watched a segment from the television 
show "Growing Pains" that dealt with peer pressure to do 
something against one's wishes. 

The discussion touched on Drew Barymore, an alcoholic 
and drug user before she turned 13. and Bruce Kimball, an 
American diver whose life was ruined after killing two 
teenagers while driving drunk on a hot Florida night. 

"When you make a commitment to a team, there are some 
things you don't do." said Andrea Boss, a junior who letters in 
two sports. "You have to make a full commitment, and if you 
do drugs and alcohol, you're not a full person." 

The eighth-graders listened attentively, and responded 
with quiet nods of the head or reluctant hand-raising. But the 
message seemed to sink in. 

Continued on page 6 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



Continued from page 5 

"The message was very clear. It takes ability and desire to 
succeed in sports. Alcohol and drugs don't have to be a part 
of that," said Joey Oliver, who attends Brookslde School in 
Allendale. 

About 40 eighth-graders participated in the four-hour 
session. 

DeLuise began his class with a simple demonstration, 
placing four items on a table: an empty liquor bottle, a beer 
can. a pack of cigarettes, and a Northern Highlands athletic 
insignia. 

"You ever watch 'Sesame Street"' You know, which one 
thing doesn't fit with the other? It's not a hard question," he 
said. 



o 



MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL MEETING 

K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL 

ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 

May 1, 1989 



The annual meeting of the Basketball Assigning Secre- 
taries was called to order by Bill Wise, Executive Assistant, at 
9:00 A.M., May 1 , 1 989, at the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Office. Mr. Wise asked Larry Bourcher to open 
the meeting with a prayer and to remember, in particular, 
Howard Gardner who had suffered the loss of his home in a 
fire. Assigning secretaries attending were: Jim Henley, 
Region 1: Bill Burton, Region 2; Jerry Kimmel, Region 3; Mike 
Cobb, Region 4; Carol Funk, Regions 6 & 7; Roy Winchester, 
Region 8: Bob Miller, Region 9: Larry Boucher, Regions 10 & 
11; Noel Hargis, Region 12; Ray Canady, Region 13; Don 
Stacy, Region 14; Paul Dotson, Region 15; Bob Crager, 
Region 1 6. Also attending was Buddy Banks, Flatwoods and 
Julian Tackett, SID, KHSAA. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion on the 
training and recruitment of new officials. Mr. Wise asked each 
assigning secretary to tell the group about their methods of 
recruitment and training of their new officials. During the 
discussion It was brought out that the secretaries felt low 
game-pay was the biggest detriment in their recruiting efforts. 
Several secretaries said their rosters were low and really 
needed some new officials. 

The next item of discussion was the assignment of officials 
to contests (regular season, regular season tournments, and 
post season). The two major problems in this area were 
coaches objecting to some officials assigned and the use of 
split crews (any time officials from two or more differing 
regions working the same game). After some discussion 
concerning the use of split crews, Noel Hargis made a motion, 
seconded by Carol Funk, that split crews not be used during 
the regular season and recommended that if satisfactory 
contractual agreement cannot be reached on officials' 
assignment, assignment that a neutral crew of officials be 
assigned. The motion passed by a unanimous vote. This 
proposal will be presented to the Board of Control for 
approval. (This was approved by the Board of Control at Its 
July meeting) 

The majority of the regions felt that it was better for the 
officials to stay in for district and out for the regions during 
post season play. Since the new rating system has been 
implemented there have been fewer complaints concerning 
the assigning of state tournament officials. 

There was a lengthy discussion concerning present rating 
system and methods of evaluation of officials. The assigning 
secretaries felt that there were some loopholes in the present 
rating system. A motion was made by Bob Crager. seconded 
by Paul Dotson, that the ratings by coaches be done on a 



game to game basis and that the rating be based on: 50% 
assigning secretary, 40% coaches, 5% clinic attendance and 
5% Part II Exam. The motion passed by a unanimous vote 
13-0. The minimum number of rating required by an official 
will remain the same and the cut-off date for having ratings to 
the KHSAA office will also remain the same. 

In conjunction with the above motion, Roy Winchester 
made a motion, seconded by Bill Burton, that the ratings for 
this past February be requested at this time. The motion 
passed 13-0. 

Mr. Wise then reinforced Association rules regarding post 
season basketball officiating, particularly where it concerns 
district and regional officials. It is the Association policy that 
for an official to be eligible to officiate In a state 
championship-level meet or tournament, he or she must 
officiate at the other tournament levels, unless providentially 
prevented from fulfilling said assignments. All regional 
tournament officials shall officiate in a district tournament and 
all state tournament officials shall officiate in a regional 
tournament. In addition, a boys' state tournament official shall 
officiate In a boys' regional tournament and a girls' state 
tournament official shall officate in a girls' regional 
tournament 

The next item for discussion was a list of miscellaneous 
topics: (a) f\/lr. Wise stressed that the Assigning Secretary 
could serve as treasurer of the Local Policy Board of officials' 
association, but could not be a voting member of a Policy 
Board or Local Association: 

(b) Mr. Wise explained that the Board of control has 
adopted the procedure of having four sectional directors, 
each having 4 regions under their jurisdiction. This will be 
for a trial period of three years. This will be discussed further 
at the June Board of Control meeting. These four directors will 
be selected at a later date. 

(c) Discussion of methods for dealing with an official when 
he/she refuses to work an assigned game for any reason. 

(d) Continue to send In list of scratches for record purposes. 

(e) By-Law 1 7. Practice of Sportsmanship, was discussed. It 
was brought out that the Board of Control has asked an 
attorney to re- write this By-Law to invoke stronger restrictions 
on coaches and their treatment of officials. This would 
include public comments concerning officials. It was also 
reiterated that the official has a right to scratch a school. 

(f) It was suggested that each specific step In filling out 
disqualification cards be added to the Officials Section of the 
KHSAA Handbook. 

(g) The assigning secretaries were asked to remind their 
officials that clinic attendance is mandatory for both officials 
and coaches. 

(h) Registration fees have been revised for 1989-90. The fee 
schedule deadlies are as follows: 

Re-Registration - H/lay 1 -June 30: $20 first sport. $10 each 
additional sport; July 1 -October 16: $25 late fine, $20 first 
sport. $10 each additional sport (football, soccer, volleyball); 
July 1 -December 15: $25 late fine, $20 first sport, $10 each 
additional sport (basketball & wrestling): July 1 -April 17: $25 
late fine. $20 first sport, $10 each additional sport, (baseball, 
Softball, track) 

New sport registration will be $20 for the first sport and $10 
for each additional sport. Deadline for registration in these 
sports are: October 16 for football, soccer and volleyball: 
December 15 for basketball and wrestling; April 17 for 
baseball, softball and track. 

(I) A list of rule changes for the coming basketball season 
was given to each assigning secretary. Further discussion on 
these changes will be done during the cllncis this fall. 

(j) A schedule of the 1989 clinics was presented to the 
assigning secretaries. 

There being no further business, Paul Dotson made a 
motion, seconded by Noel Hargis, that the meeting adjourn. 
The vote was unanimous. 



From The Commissioner's Office (M]@71^ © (^i©? ( 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, as it 
applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected 
by this rule, which states that following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no 
further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of 
the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, 
and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to 
coach members of the high school team in a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation of the rules 
governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

ATHERTON HIGH SCHOOL HAS SCOREBOARD FOR SALE 

Atherton High School of Louisville is replacing their large four-sided scoreboard. Principal 
Janice Fish is interested in selling this 25 year old scoreboard, which is still operational. It is a 
Fairplay model, and interested schools should contact Ms. Fish. 

EMINENCE HIGH SCHOOL HAS SCOREBOARD FOR SALE 

Eminence High School Athletic Director Steve Frommeyer is interested in selling the 
school's 5 year old scoreboard, which is in excellent condition. Interested schools or 
individuals should contact Mr. Frommeyer at (502)846-5427. 

BRIGHAM YOUNG TO AGAIN OFFER SPORTS CAMPS 

BYU Sports Camps offer a wide variety of summertime athletic instruction. Please contact 
Chris Doty, BYU Sports Camps, 155 Harman Building, Brigham Young University, Prove, 
Utah, 84602. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

Assumption needs one more girls team to play in the Holiday Jamboree to be held December 

28 and 29. Interested schools should contact Coach Carolyn Medley, Assumption High 

School, 2170 Tyler Lane, Louisville, 40205, or call (502)458-9551. 
Bardstown has three open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 12/12, and 1/23. Contact 

Garnis Martin, A.D., (502)348-1674. 
Laurel County has several openings on its boys basketball schedule, including 11/28, 12/8 

and 1/30. Contact Coach Charles Broughton (606)864-7371, or (606)843-7208. 
Madisonville-North Hopkins has several open dates for boys varsity and junior varsity 

basketball. The open dates are as follows ~ 11/30, 12/7, 12/8, 12/18 and 12/19, 1/18, 

1/19 and 2/12. Contact J.E. Barlow, A.D., (502)825-6017. 
McDowell needs girls' basketball games on any of the following dates - 11/30, 

12/11,13,20,22,28, 1/4,5,11,12,19,29,31, and 2/5,23. Interested schools should contact 

Coach Cassandra Keathley at (606)377-6202. 
Oldham County needs boys games on 12/15/89, 12/27-30/89, 1/12/90, 1/30/90, 2/9/90 

and 2/10/90. Interested schools should contact Coach Gary Forrest, or Tom Peterson, 

A.D., (502)222-9461. 
Russell has open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 1/23; and needs a girls' game on 2/12. 

Contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D. 



BASKETBALL/FOOTBALL ORDER FORMS NOW BEING ACCEPTED 

Ticket order forms for the State High School Football Championships and the Boys and 
Girls Basketball Tournaments have been mailed to the member schools and school systems. 
If you did not receive an order form, please request one today, do not wait until just prior to 
the event when your request may not be able to be filled. 

SELECTION OF BASKETBALL BENCH OFFICIALS IS IMPORTANT 

Often, during the basketball season, the Association office receives reports of irregularities 
in a game due to a lack of assigning competent bench officials to score and time the game. 
Schools should pay close attention to the selection of these persons. Adults should be 
chosen who have a knowledge of the rules, a sense of impartiality, an interest in the game, 
and who are alert, willing to serve, and able to concentrate on their duties. The Official 
Basketball Rules recommends the Official Scorer wear identifying apparel and his or her 
location be clearly marked. Schools should make every effort to abide by this 
recommendation during the season. 
From an article by M.F. Springer, the following tips are suggested -- 

1) Choose Adults. A high school senior or one of last June's graduates will have the interest 
and enthusiasm, but may lack the poise, impartiality and judgement. 

2) Choose someone who has had some playing, coaching or officiating experience. 

3) Choose officials who can and will be present at every home game. It may be an honor to 
act as Timer or Scorer, but it's not an honor which should be passed around every game. 

4) If faculty members are available for these jobs, they usually do the best work, though there 
are exceptions. 

5) Above all, choose someone with plenty of poise, good judgement, a sense of impartiality 
and one who you are sure will be able to forget the score and concentrate on his or her job. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contest 
for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one 
game. 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a 
representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be sure you receive 
a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact this office in writing to request 
reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the suspension. You will 
be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are reminded to 
use an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in 
game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance policy insofar as 
practice is concerned unless you are otherwise notified. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO COACH REBA WOODALL, BRYAN STATION 

Reba Woodall, long time girls track and field coach at Bryan Station High School in 
Lexington, was named National High School Girls Track and Field Coach of the Year for 1989 
by the Wilson Sporting Goods Company. Congratulations, Reba. 

CERTIFICATION EXAM TO BE GIVEN BY N.I.A.A.A. 

The National Federation Athletic Administrators Association Certification Committee has 
recently mailed to all N.I.A.A.A. members a brochure which describes the National 
Certification Test. The test, which is to be given on December 10, 1989 in Dallas, can lead to 
the receipt of the ranking, "Certified Athletic Administrator". 



CORRECTION ON WRESTLING CLINIC 

In the pamphlet describing the re-registration procedure, the wrestling clinic schedule 
contained a minor error. The site of the November 21 clinic in Louisville will be the Kentucky 
School f/t Blind, not Seneca High School as was stated on the listing. Please make this 
correction. The complete clinic schedule is October 28 at Hopkinsville (3:00), November 4 at 
Conner (1 :00), November 1 1 at Frankfort (1 :00), and November 21 at Kentucky School f/t 
Blind (7:00). 



3 



CONGRATULATIONS TO ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP WINNER 

Ms. Cathy Burns, a senior at Boyd County High School in 1989, is the 1989 recipient of the 
Tom Simmons Athletic Training Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded by the Kentucky 
Athletic Trainer Society in honor of Tom Simmons, Athletic Trainer Emeritus at Murray State 
University. Ms. Burns was selected based on her academic records, her work as a student 
trainer, her interest in the profession of athletic training, and other related activities. She is 
attending the University of Louisville beginning this fall, and will be working in their athletic 
training program. Congratulations to Cathy Burns, the 1989 Tom Simmons Athletic Training 
Scholarship winner. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 



TEST DATE 


REG. DEADLINE 


LATE DE/ 


10/28/89 


09/29/89 


10/16/89 


12/9/89 


11/10/89 


11/27/89 


02/10/90 


01/12/90 


01/29/90 


04/ 7/90 


03/ 9/90 


03/26/90 


06/ 9/90 


05/11/90 


05/25/90 


10/27/90 


09/28/90 


10/15/90 


12/8/90 


11/9/90 


11/26/90 


02/ 9/91 


01/11/91 


01/28/91 


04/13/91 


03/15/91 


04/ 1/91 


06/ 8/91 


05/10/91 


05/24/91 



COACHES ACTIVELY SOUGHT AS MEMBERS OF N.F.LC.A. 

The National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association is actively seeking members 
from Kentucky. For the $9.00 membership fee, coaches receive liability insurance coverage 
for $1 million dollars, as well as benefits include seminar announcements, discounts on hotel 
and rental car rates. For more information, contact the N.F.I.C.A., P.O. Box 20626, Kansas 
City, MO 64195. 



NEW NCAA GUIDE TO COLLEGE FRESHMAN ELIGIBILITY MAILED TO ALL SCHOOLS 

A copy of the Guide to College Freshman Eligibility Requirements for NCAA Division I and II 
schools has been mailed to all principals and guidance counselors at public, private and 
parochial schools in the United States. This brochure is helpful in summarizing the 
Association's initial eligibility requirements, and additional copies may be purchased from the 
NCAA at P.O. Box 1906, Mission, Kansas, 66201. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules, which is the final year of the current 
four year alignment plan. With this in mind, please submit your open dates to this office so 
that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates 
in writing and include 1 ) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone 
number. The following is the list of schools with open dates, listing only those schools who 
have an open date listed, but have not filled their eleven game limit. The November 3 open 
date listing may include teams who have already scheduled the 1 1 game limit. 

** Date 10/27 -- Bullitt East, Campbell County, Fulton County, Leslie County 
** Date 11/03 -- Adair County, Allen Central, Bath County, Bowling Green, Bryan Station, 
Caldwell County, Campbellsville, Carroll County, Casey County, Caverna, Cawood, Clay 
County, Corbin, Cumberland, Dayton, East Carter, Edmonson County, Eminence, Fairview, 
Fleming County, Fort Campbell, Fulton County, George Rogers Clark, Glasgow, Graves 
County, Greenup County, Greenville, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Hart County, Hazard, Heath, 
Henry Clay, Henry County, Highlands, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Knott 
County Central, Laurel County, Lawrence County, Leslie County, Lone Oak, Ludlow, 
Magoffin County, Marion County, Marshall County, Mason County, Metcalfe County, 
Middlesboro, Millersburg Military Institute, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Owen 
County, Owensboro Catholic, Paintsville, Paris, Phelps, Raceland, Russellville, Scott, 
Shelby County, Somerset, Tates Creek, Taylor County, Union County, Warren Central, 
Wayne County, West Carter, Wheelwright 
September 20 or 21, 1990 - Notre Dame (Portsmouth, OH), a small Class A school seeks a 
football game. Contact Bob Schaeffer, A.D., (614)353-4255. 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1989-90 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along with the first 
day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for the state finals. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 
Allowed 


Games 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 27/28 


Soccer 


July 15 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


Football 


July 19 


Aug. 18 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 27 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


4-15 


May 26 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


May 24/26 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


20 


May 30/31 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


4-20 


May 31 /June 1/2 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is important to 
remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are tentative as site availability may 
force a change in location and/or date. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



e 



MINUTES OFTHE ANNUAL MEETING 

K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL 

ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 

February 20, 1989 



The annual meeting of the Football Assigning Secretaries 
was held February 20, 1989 at the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 
A.M. with Bill Wise, Executive Assistant presiding. The 
following persons were present: Joe Russell, Western 
Kentucky Conference; Jack Hicks, Big Eight; Jack Goodman. 
Mid Kentucky; Don Metzger, Kentuckians; Shirley Watts, 
Central Kentucky; Stan Steidel, Northern Kentucky; Ray 
Canady, 1 3th Region, Don Stacy, 1 4th Region; Andrew Joyce, 
15th Region and Bob Crager, 16th Region. The following 
persons were also present: Andy Vervilles, President, 
Western Kentucky Association; Tony Backert, President, 
Kentuckiana Association; Bruce McCorkle, Steve Ishmael, 
Dale Gentry and George Mercker, Kentuckiana Association; 
Bill DeLaney, Northern Kentucky Association; Buddy Banks 
16th Region and Julian Tackett, Sports Information Director. 

The meeting began with a welcome by Tom Mills, 
Commissioner. Following Mr. Mills was a short discussion of 
assignment of game officials. The primary significant 
complaint was the split-crew question when games were 
played between teams from different regions. After some 
discussion concerning the use of split crews, hAr. Wise 
recommended that split crews not be used during the regular 
season and recommended that if satisfactory contractual 
agreement cannot be reached on officials assignment, that a 
neutral crew of officials be assigned. The motion, made by 
Jack Hicks and seconded by Don Stacy, passed by a 
unanimous vote 10-0. 

The business meeting then continued with a discussion of 
complaints received in the state office concerning officials, 
particularly with play-off officials. Some of the complaints 
were: chewing tobacco, use of snuff, non-uniformity of 
signals, etc. Mr. Wise addressed these complaints as did the 
assigning secretaries. Mr. Wise also reiterated that for the 
safety of officials and players, it is a problem when officials 
wear jewelry unnecessary to the game administration, and 
that exposed chains, bracelets, etc. must not be a part of an 
officials' uniform. The assigning secretaries agreed 
unanimously that the use of tobacco in any form would be a 
violation of the uniform and dress code and would be 
reported. Further violations could result in the assigning 
secretary removing the official from games. Following a 
lengthy discussion Don Ivletzger made a motion, seconded by 
Stan Steidel that deviations from proper mechanics or dress 
code by an official would be reported to the appropriate 
assigning secretary and a carbon copy be sent to Bill Wise. 
The official would then be notified of the violation. There will 
be a standard evalution form drawn up for the purpose of 
reporting the above items in playoff contests. The motion 
passed 10-0. 

In conjunction with the discussion in the above paragraph, 
Don Metzger suggested that the mechanics on kick-offs and 
extra points be changed to the old National Federation rules. 
After a discussion Shirley Watts made a motion that the 
mechanics remain as they were adopted by the 1 988 meeting. 
The kickoff coverage is as follows: On the kickoff, the referee 
shall maintain a position between the five yard line and the 
goal line on the press box side of the field, the Back Judge 
shall be in approximately ten to fifteen yards in advance of the 
referee on the side of the field opposite the press box, the Line 
Judge shall have the restraining line for the receiving team 
and shall depart to the Referee's side of the field while the 
Head Linesman shall have the restraining line for the kicking 
team and shall depart to the Back Judge 's side of the field, the 
Umpire shall have responsibility for the kicker. It is also 
understood that the Line Judge and the Linesman remain at 



the hash marks until all players are in the proper position, then 
depart to the side of the field. The motion was seconded by 
Stan Steidel. The motion carried 9- 1. It was also emphasized 
that straight National Federations mechanics are in effect for 
a four man crew. 

The next topic of discussion was the rating of officials, the 
scratch system, etc. After a short discussion a motion was 
made by Shirley Watts, seconded by Joe Russell that the 
rating sheet and scratch system remain as it is at the present 
time. Motion carried 10-0. 

A long and heated discussion of the present method of 
assigning officials to post season games, in particular, the 
four state championship games, was the next item of 
business. The present method of assigning officials involves 
Mr. Wise assigning the officials at his discretion. For the last 
several years, he has one crew from the Northern Kentucky 
Association, one crew from the Central Kentucky Association, 
one crew from the Kentuckiana Association and one crew 
at-large, chosen from the other seven associations. There 
were several suggestions from the assigning secretaries that 
they felt might be an improvement. After much discussion a 
motion was made by Shirley Watts, seconded by Stan Steidel 
that the present method continue to be used. The motion 
failed to pass by a margin of 4-6. 

A motion was then made by Ray Canady, seconded by Joe 
Russell that a new method be used to assign play-off officials. 
The new plan would be in effect for three years on a trial basis 
and if after those three years the method proved unsatisfactory 
to the group, a new plan would then be discussed. The 
proposed method is as follows: Year 1 (1989)-one crew from 
the Western Kentucky, Big Eight, fJlid-Kentucky and 
Kentuckiana Association: Year 2 (1990)- one crew from the 
Northern Kentucky, Central Kentucky, 13th and 14th Regions: 
Year 3 (1991)- one crew from the 15th and 16th Regions and 
the other two crews would be decided on at the 1991 
Assigning Secretaries meeting. After a short discussion the 
motion passed by a margin of 9- 1. 

Mr. George Mercker, an attorney, gave a short presentation 
concerning legal protection for officials and the local 
associations. He also gave a short status report of recent 
lawsuits and problems with officials from this state and other 
states. 

After a short question and answer session Joe Russell 
made a motion, seconded by Jack Goodman that the meeting 
be adjourned. Motion carried. 



********** 

Coming in November . . . 

State Volleyball Results 

State Cross Country Results 

State Soccer Results 

Minutes of October 

Board Meeting 

*********** 

BE INFORMED!! 

Read Your A^h/e^ei! 



PAGE EIGHT THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 

[MEWS DALLAS TO HOST DECEMBER 10-13, 1989 

^ELiAii NATIONAL ATHLETIC DIRECTORS CONFERENCE 

The National Federation's 20th Annual National Conference of High School Directors of Athletics, will be held December 10-13, 
1989, at the Hyatt Regency Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas. An attendance in excess of 2,000 athletic administrators, spouses and 
exhibitors is anticipated at the conference, which will also be the site for the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the National 
Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. 
Program Highlights 

The featured speakers include Zig Ziglar, a nationally renowned motivational speaker and trainer, who will deliver the keynote 
address, "Winning is a Choice," He is rated by his peer group, as well as audiences everywhere, as one of the best speakers in the 
world. He has authored many best selling books including "See You At The Top", which has sold two million copies and is listed 
among the top best selling hard cover books of the last decade. 

Gerald A. Purdy, President of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, will be the feature speaker at the Second 
General Session on Monday morning. He is the first assistant principal in the 74-year history of the NASSP to be elected president. 
His presentation, "There is no Bottom Line" underlines the important role that athletic directors play in the lives of young people 
and will address his personal concern that the need for extracurricular activities in a successful education program sometimes are 
overlooked by the major role players in the so-called "reform of education" movement. 

Dr. Thomas Tuiko, nationally known sports psychologist from San Jose State University, is the first speaker in the 20-year history 
of the conference, to be invited back for a third presentation. His address, "Building Character through Sports" at the Third General 
Session, is guaranteed to be provocative, flavored with humor and provide some guidelines for assessing the important role 
coaches play in molding kids into productive and confident achievers. 

Other program speakers include Dr. W. C. Newberry, professor of educational philosophy and adolescent psychology at 
Southwest Texas State University, who will deliver the luncheon addresss, "Experience at Rockbottom." Mark Mignella, Legal 
Counsel for the Arizona Interscholastic Association, will conduct the Legal Seminar on "Litigation and Interscholastic Athletics." Dr. 
Susan Dalterio, research associate professor in the department of pharmacology at the University of Texas Health Science Center 
in San Antonio, as well as an associate scientist at Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, will present a concurrent 
Steriod Seminar on "Health Effects of Anabolic Steriods for the Athlete". 
Other Program Highlights 

In addition to the general sessions, seminars and outstanding luncheon and banquet programs, the always popular Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes breakfast on Wednesday morning, will again feature a nationally known sports personality. Norm Sonju, 
general manager of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team, as the speaker. 

Workshop Program Expanded to Four Sessions 

In addition to the outstanding general sessions and seminars, a record total of 30 workshops and mini-session topics will be 
addressed during four workshop periods, with the first workshop period beginning on Sunday afternoon, December 10 at 3:30 
p.m., prior to the traditional Opening General Session on Sunday evening at 7;30 p.m. 

Conference Tours and Optional Activities 

A variety of optional tours and special activities are planned for conference attendees and their spouses. In addition to several 
optional tours, spread out over four days, coordinated by Kaleidoscope Tours, there will be a special tour to Billy Bob's in Fort 
Worth on Saturday night, and shuttle buses to the historic West End Market Place on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. 

An optional Monday night "Texas Hoe- Down" is being planned for conference attendees that will feature a full Texas barbeque 
dinner, unlimited beverages, entertainment by the Texas Rhythm Band and "Gotta Dance" troup. plus a special party favor. 
Conference Fees 

The conference activity fee, which includes all conference meal functions, is $1 05 for current NIAAA members who register prior to 
November 15, and $115 for all others. All conference registrations received from November 15-22 will be accepted only on a 
"space-available" basis and at a fee of $135. No conference registrations will be accepted after November 22. 

Room reservations at the Hyatt Regency Hotel are $60 single and $67 double, and must be processed through the National 
Federation, along with a conference registration form. Once the 900 rooms blocked at the Hyatt Regency have been filled, overflow 
reservations will be sent to the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. 
Distribution of Conference Registration Material 

Conference registration forms and hotel room reservation cards, as well as the optional tour order form, will be sent to all NIAAA 
members, and all athletic administrators who have attended one or more of the National Conferences during the past five years. All 
conference registration information, as well as exhibit material, can be obtained by contacting the National Federation, P.O. Box 
20626, Kansas City, Missouri 64195; phone 816/464-5400. 

SUPPORT 1989 KENTUCKY 

RED RIBBON CAMPAIGN 

OCTOBER 22-29 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



e 



1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




Publication Correctic 



Rules Book - Page 84 - Play 8, 2nd line of Ruling - The score counts and the 
penalty in both (a) adn (b) is enforced on the try as it is the succeeding spot. 



SITUATION #1: A scrimmage kick by Kl is beyond the neutral zone when it 

contact the Team K coach who is on the play field 

RULING: The ball becomes dead immediately and handled under provisions of the 

inadvertent w/histle coverage. The unsportsmanlike foul on the coach does not 

have influence as to whether or not the procedure will be used. Since a kick 

became dead, the ball will be returned to the previous spot for a replay. The 

15-yard penalty will be enforced from that spot, (4-2-23. 3a) 

QUESTION: Is there any way it is R's ball at the dead ball spof 

SITUATION #2: R1 returns the kickof to K's 5-yard line where his is hit and 

fumbles, K2 attempts to recover the loose ball but instead he forces it into his own 

end zone. Players of both teams surround the ball but no one attempts to recover it. 

The covering official wits a few seconds and then sounds his whistle, 

RULING: It is a safety. However, is K2 had not forced the ball into his end ozne it 

owul have been touchdown when the ball became dead there {8-2-2;8-5-2b) 

SITUATION #3: A1 runs off the field on the wrong side thinking he is the 12th 

player. Actually Team A has only 10 other players on the field A1 remains 

out-of-bounds during the entire play, 

RULING: No infraction has occurred.. If Al had returned during the play and 

touched the ball or hindered an opponent, it would have been illegal prticipation 

(3-7-3:9-6-1) 

SITUATION #4: (a) At the end of 2nd down, Team A, who has been using a rubber 

football requests a leather ball; or (b) on a dry day on 4th down. Team A requests a 

change from one leather ball to another leather ball. 

RULING: The request by Team A is denied in both cases. If a team uses a rubber 

ball or a leather ball to start a series, it cannot change during the series. In addition. 

if the condition of the ball is satisfactory, a change of similar composition balls is 

not allowed during a series of downs. If the ball is wet or muddy etc, a change from 

leather to leather or from rubber to rubber could be made at any time. (1 -3-2) 

SITUATION #5: In the referee's inspection of the field he observes that all goal 

posts are padded. However, the padding ism the school colors of the home team 

Is there any requirement regarding the color of the padding or of the crossbar or 

uprights? 

RULING: The goal post padding may be of any color The color of the crossbar and 

upright is not mandated; hoever, the crossbar and the upright above the crossbar 

shall be free of any decorative material except paint. It is permissible to have a 

wind directional streamer attached to the lop of each upright. (1 -2-7, 8) 

SITUATION #6: Passer Al is roughed by 61 but Al 's throw to A2 is complete m B's 

end zone During the down the coach of A is on the field protesting the roughing 

action by 81. 

RULING: The two fouls do not result in a double foul since the foul by the coach is 

unsportsmanlike. If Team A declines the penalty for the roughing foul by 81. it is a 

touchdown. In that case, the penalty for the coach's foul will put the ball on 8's 

18-yard line for the try. (10-2-1,10-4-1) 

SITUATION #7: Al taunts 81 immediately after catching a touchdown pass. The 

ball IS soptted on B's 1 8 and Kl 's subsequent kick is good. During the try: (a) R1 

roughs holder K2; or (b) Rl kicks at Kl but misses. 

RULING: In (a) K may accept the penalty and go for 2 points from R's 9-yard line. 

However, in (b) the score stands as the unsportsmanlike foul is enforced like a 

dead ball foul. The succeeding spot is the kickoff. {9-5-1d;10-4-1) 

SITUATION #8: During the 1st timed down of the first half. Al retreats to pass out of 

his own end zone and he is downed there. During the down there is holding in the 

end zone by; (a) A2; or (b) by Bl. 

RULING: In (a) Team 8 would score 2 points whether the penalty is accepted or 

declined since the run ended in the end zone and the foul wasm the end zone. If B 

accepts the penalty the period is extended with an untimed down and Team A 

must free kick to Team 8. If 8 declines the penalty the half is ended. In (b) if the 

penalty is accepted it will be enforced from the goal line and the period is 

extneded. If the penalty is declined the safety is scored and the first half is over. 

(3-3-3:10-5-3) 

SITUATION #9: Runner Al advances from A's 20 to B's 40 when he is hit and 

fumbles. The loose ball bounces off several players and then contacts the Team B 

coach who came on the field during Al's run, 

RULING: The ball becomes dead when it touches the coach. Team A may take the 

results of the play where Al fumbled or ask to replay the down. In either case, the 



penalty for the unsportsmanlike foul by the coach will be enforced from the 

succeeding spot (4-2-2e,3b;10-4-1) 

SITUATION #10: Team A has only a head coach and one assistant coach. Prior t 

the game, the coach asks the referee whether one substitute could be in the 3-yard 

belt along with the two coaches The coach would like to have either the offensive 

or defensive captain with him in this special area 

RULING: The request is denied The 2-yard belt is specifically for coaches- noon 

else If a substitute is in this area, unless entering or leaving the field, it is a foul, 

(9-8-3) 

SITUATI0N#11:lmmediately following team As successful (a) 1 -point try; or (b) 

2-point try. 81 commits an unsportsmanlike foul. 

RULING: An unsportsmanlike foul has no influence on whether a down will be 

replayed if the penalty is accepted. In both (a) and (b) the score stands and the 

penalty will be enforced on the free kick, (10-4-1) 

SITUATION #12; It is 4th and 10 at midfield. Kl s scrimmage kick is muffed by Rl 

at R's 35 and it rebounds to K's 45 where K2 recovers and begins to advance but 

he IS downed at his own 48-yard line. 

RULING: First and 1 for K from K's 48-yard line The touching by Rl beyond the 

line dictates it will be a new series for the team in possession when the down ends. 

(5-1-2e,0 

SITUATION #13: On an intended pass play, end A2 is confused and stays on the 

line and does not run his pass route. Interior lineman A2 goes downfield and the 

pass is thrown to him A2 catches the pass and then advances across the 

opponent's goal line. Since there wasn't an eligible offensive receiver in the area, 

is this simply an illegal pass and as such no pass interference restrictions would 

be in effect? 

RULING: This play does not come under the illegal pass coverage regarding the 

purposeful incompletion of a pass. The pass was obviously thrown to A2 even 

though he wasn't an eligible receiver. In addition, the illegal pass coverage is 

limited to touching I n or behind the neutral zone, A2 was clearly downfield, A2 has 

committed one foul for being an ineligible illegally downfield and another for 

touching the pass Toucing the pass is interference. Team B has a choice of which 

penalty to accept. (7-5-2b:10-2-3) 

SITUATION #14: Kl'spunt isin flight over R's 10-yard line when Rl gives a fair 

catch while he is m his own end zone In covering the kick, Kl inadvertently 

contact Rl while the kick is still in flight over R's end zone, 

RULING: Rl cannot make a fair catch in the end zone and the signal has no 

influence m this situation. The contact by K5 is ignored unless it is unnecessary 

roughness, since no fair catch can be made in the end zone. (2-3-2,6-5-5) 

SITUATION #15: With 4th and goal from B's 6-yard line, Al carries to the 3 where 

he IS hit and fumbles. A2 intentionally kicks the loose ball into the end zone where 

A3 falls on it A2 kicked the ball at the: (a) 2-yard line; or (b) 5-yard line. 

RULING: If the penalty IS declined in (a) or (b) the result is a touchdown. The illegal 

kick IS part of a running play. In (a) the penalty is enforced from the 3-yard line 

which IS the end of the run. In (b) the enforcement is from the spot of the kick as it is 

behind the end of the run. (9-7-1,10-3) 

SITUATION #16: Al drops bck to pass. Al 's passing arm is mvoing forward when 

he is contacted by Bl. The contact on Al's arm and shoulder cause the ball to 

come out of Al s hand. The ball (a) falls toward to the ground where B2 falls on it; or 

(b) flies backward and is caught by B3: or {c) flies backward and is caught by 

ineligible A2, 

RULING: The determination it is a forward pass was made when the arm was 

moving forward. In (a) it is an incomplete pass. In (b) it is an interception. In (c) it is 

an illegal pass, (2-22-4,7-5-2c) 

SITUATION #17: Al is called for clipping Bi on the A's 1 -yard line, however Al's 

feet are actually in his end zone when the contact is made. Is the penalty to be 

enforced with the end zone or the 1 -yard line as the spot of the foul? 

RULING: The foul occurred on the 1-yard line tor purposes of penalty 

administration (2-30-6) 

SITUATION #18: Al is guilty of a false start, however the covering official does not 

sound his whistle but he does drop his penalty marker. The down is allowed to 

begin and other fouls such s (a) holding; or (b) clipping; or (c) an unsportsmanlike 

act are committed. How is this situation administered'? 

RULING: Since the ball never became alive, the only fouls which would be 

penalized would be the false start and the unsportsmanlike act. (2-9-1e) 

SITUATION #19: Team A is behind in the score as the 4th period is nearty over. On 

3rd down A2 drops back to pass Al is under a heavy rush and intentionally 

grounds the ball with 2 seconds on the clock. 

RULING: If 8 accepts the penalty the clock will start on the ready-for-play and the 

period will be extended with an untimed down if time expires before the snap. 

However, if B declines the penalty, the clock will be started on the ready-for-play 

and the game is over if time expires before the snap. {3-3-3a;3-4-3h;3-6-3) 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



e 



1989 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART 11 




SITUATION #20: Team A is trailing Team B 18 to 16 Team A is out of time-outs m 

the 4th period and the clock is runnign with 15 seconds remaining when the ball is 

snapped. A1 drops back and: (a) throws a backward pass oul-of-bounds, or (b) 

throws a forward pass out-of-bounds, or (c) throws a forward pass incomplete 

inbounds. 

RULING: In (a) the pass is legal and the clock will start when the ball is next 

snapped. In (b) and (c) the referee must judge whether the pass is illegal and it the 

pass was thrown incomplete purposely to conserve time If illegal, then the clock 

will start on the ready-for-play If the pass is not illegal, there is no foul and the 

clock will start when the ball is next snapped (3-4-3h,3-6-3) 

SITUATION #21: K positions for a lield-goal attempt from Rs 25-yard line. KTs 

kick IS low and in llight, strikes (a) R1 , or (b) K2, at the 3 and the ball caroms above 

the crossbar and between the uprights 

RULING: It is a field goal in fa) However, in (b) it is fair catch interference on K2 and 

no field goal can be scored even if the penalty is declined. In that case.the result of 

the play is a touchback (6-5-5,8-4-lb) 

SITUATION #22: K1 punts from his own end zone on 4th and 25 from K's 10-yard 

line. The kick IS short and R1 signals for a fiar catch at the 25 but is interfered with 

by K2 at the 18 The kick goes out-of-bounds. R elected to take an awarded catch 

and have the penlty enforced from the spot ot the loul. R1 advises the referee that 

they wish to Iree kick for a (leld-goal attempt 

RULING; The half-the-distance enforcement puts the ball on the 9-yard line for the 

freekick. Rs free kick line will be 1 -yard inside Its end zone. (2-1 6-2:6-1 -1:8-4- la) 

SITUATION #23: K1 punts from his 10 but the kick is short and Rl makes a fair 

catch at K's 30 R elects to snap the ball. Defensive pass interference is called on 

first down Since enforcement takes the ball to the 15, may A now elect to free kick'' 

RULING: Yes. this is an option which may be exercised since the foul occurred 

during the down following a fair catch or awarded fair catch (6-5-3) 

SITUATION #24: Following a fair catch on K's 30-yard line R elects to attempt a 

field goal by free kick Kl 's attempt is successful but Rl roughs him. Enforcement 

of the penalty would put the ball at the 15 Could R refuse the score and snap from 

K's 15-yard line 

RULING: Yes. this is an option which R may wish to use. (6-5-3) 

SITUATION #25: With 4th and 10 from Bs 20, Al drops deep and finally throws a 

forward pass from B's 40 which is caught by ineligible A2 at B's 22-yard line A2 

advances after the catch and is downed at the 1 5 

RULING: If B declines the penlaty it will be B's ball at its own 15 If B accepts the 

penltyitwillalsobeitsball.bulthey will have It at their own 45-yard line. Since the 

illegal pass penalty includes loss of down. Team b gets the ball as A is short of a 

first down. The penalty for Al 's illegal pass is enforced from the end of his run - 

where he passed the ball (7-5-2 Pen: 10-3-lb) 

SITUATION #26: Team As two-point try is successful following a touchdown as 

time expired in the 4th period During the try which ties the score, B1 commits an 

unsportsmanlike foul. An overtime period (a) wil, or (b) will not be played 

RULING:ln(a)thepenalty for the unsportsmanlike fould will be enforced from the 

succeeding spot to begin the overtime However, in (b) the foul cannot be 

penalized as the game is over (2-30-5. 10-4-1) 

SITUATION #27: On 4th and 25 from Ks 1 0. Kl is deep in the end zone awaiting the 

snap and intended punt The snap is high but Kl is able to catch it However after 

catching the ball Kl contacts the goal post padding. 

RULING: The ball becomes dead immediately and a safety results The padding is 

out-of-bounds (4-2-2b: 8-5-2) 

SITUATION #28: On a 4th down play inside B's 10. A lines up for an apparent 

field-goal attempt Theholder muffs the high snap and the ball sails over the head 

of the potential kicker. A2 does not try to recover the ball but instead he kicks the 

ball while it is on the ground. The kicked ball travels over the cross bar and 

between the uprights. 

RULING: Team A cannot score a field goal even if the penalty for the illegal kick is 

declined If the penalty is accepted it is enlorced from the spot the ball was kicked 

If the penalty is declined, it is an automatic touchback and B's ball on the 20-yard 

line (2-15-3,17-1:8-4-1a) 

SITUATION #29: Al throws a forward pass into an area downfield about midway 

between the two wing officials. A2 dives m an attempt to catch the ball )ust above 

the ground No official is able to get a clear view ol the attempted catch. A2 jumps 

up holding the ball and acting as if he made a catch 

RULING: No catch An incomplete pass must be ruled if no oHicial saw the ball 

caught 

SITUATION #30: Al is hit on B's 2-yard line and the ball rolls into the end zone For 

some reason, no players of either team make any move to recover the loose ball In 

error, the referee rules it a touchback and Team B completes a long on fiist down 

from Its own 20 Following this play the coach of Team A requests a conference 

with the referee to discuss the touchback play 

RULING: The error cannot be corrected as it too late to do anything about it after 

another down or play has been run The time-out taken to discuss the error 

remains charged to Team A. (3-5-8) 



SITUATION #31: Placekick holder Kl muffs the snap but is able to rise and catch 
the ball Kl immediately drops to his knees and places the ball for K2's successful 
field goal. 

RULING: The ball remains alive in this situation since Kl immediately returned to 
the ground with hisknee(s) The exception for the placekick holder allows the ball 
to remain alive (4-2-2aExp) 

SITUATION #32: Following a touchdown, the ball is placed on the 3-yard line 
approximately midway between the sidelines The referee declares the ball ready- 
for-play and a false start occurs when snapper Al moves the ball after assuming a 
set position The captain of Team A requests the referee to place the ball on the 
right inbounds mark following the penalty enforcement. 
RULING: The referee shall honor the request ol the captain (4-3-5, 8-3-1) 
SITUATION #33: It is 3rd and 6 from B's 40-yard line Al advances to B's 30 where 
Bl grabs Al s face protector in attempting to make the tackle (a) Al fumbles and 
A2 recovers and advances to B's 20, or (c) Al pitches back to A2 who runs to the 5 
where he is tackled. Where is the basic spot of enforcement if the penalty is 
accepted'' 

RULING: In (a) and (c) the basic spot is B's 30 as that is where the run ended when 
possession was lost either by fumbling or passing In (b)the hand-off to A2 did not 
end the run The run ended at B's 20 where A2 was tackled (10-3-3) 
SITUATION #34: Team A scores near the end of the 4th period and following an 
unsuccessful try trails by a single point Team A attempts a short free kick with only 
5 seconds left m the game The free kick does ol go the required 10 yards and is 
blown dead by the covering official when no player attepts to recover the ball. The 
ball IS correctly awarded to R. When does the clock start? 
RULING: The clock will be started on the snap The clock never started during the 
kick as R did not touch the ball (3-4-3d) 

SITUATION #35: Kl punts on 4th down from Ks 40-yard line The kick is high and 
the wind holds It up. Rl attempts to catch thepuniat midfield but the ball bounces 
off his hands and goes back behind the original line of scrimmage Kl recovers the 
ball and throws a forward pass downfield toward K2 Rl interferes with K3 and the 
pass IS incomplete 

RULING: The ball still belongs to K and it will be first down following the penalty 
enforcement for the pass interference foul on Rl. When a scrimmage kick is 
touched beyond the line by R. the team in possession at the end of th down is 
awarded a new series (5-1 -2f) 

SITUATION #36: The referee properly stops the clock when he notices A2 limping 
badly after being tackled Al tests the leg by bending it and running back and forth 
a tew steps A2 sites he is OK and is ready to continue play. The referee inlorms Al 
that he must leave the field for one down, (a) A2 insists he can play and he argues 
with the referee: or (b) Al uses vulgar language and profanity in repeating this 
intent to stay in the game 

RULING: In (a) delay of game penalty is assessed ln(b)an unsportsmanlike foul is 
charged. In either case, the fact A 1 was penalized does not alter the fact he must be 
replaced for one down Neither a foul oi a time-out can "buy" the opportunity to 
remain in the game once the referee slops the clock for an apparent injury. 
(3-5-6e,8,3-6-2f:9-5-1a) 

SITUATION #37: K s field-goal attempt from R's 35 is short and the ball bounces 
across the end tine During the unsuccessful kick, the coach of R is on the field 
loudly berating the official 

RULING: The penalty for the unsportsmanlike foul will be enforced from the 
20-yard zone as it is the succeeding spot following the touchback. The penalty is 
enforced like a dead ball foul The rods and chain are set and then the penalty is 
enforced to R's 10-yard line It will be 1st and 20 (2-30-6: 10-4-1) 
SITUATION #38: After the ball is marked ready for a tree kick, the coach of Team A 
sends in a substitute the substitute crosses through the neutral zone to get to his 
team's side of the 40-yard line Is this encroachment? 

RULING: No A substitute is allowed to pass through the neutral zone to become a 
player. The replaced player may also go to the sideline through the neutral zone 
without penally The encroachment restriction applies to players but not to a 
substitute or replaced player (6-1 -3, 4) 

SITUATION #39: The Team A head coach has been charged with an 
unsportsmanlike foul ni the first period for disrespectfully addressing an official. 
Thereafter, Team A has four coaches in the 2-yard coaches area between the 
team box and the sideline. Doe the second foul result in the ejection of the head 
coach? 

RULING: No The first penalty for having more than three coaches in the restricted 
area is 5 yards A second foul for the same infraction results m a 1 5-yard penalty. 
which coupled with the original foul, would result in ejection of the head coach. 
(9-8-3 Pen) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 



PAGE ELEVEN 



9 



1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOCCER 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 




SITUATION #1: SI reports to ttie scorer to replace A1 Ttie referee beckons Si 

onto the field and he/she enters. A1 uses abusive language when leaving the field 

and IS disqualified. Does Team A play shorf 

RULING: No A1 ceased to be a field player vi/hen Si legally entered the field, even 

though A1 vwas not yet off the playing field (3-3-1) 

SITUATION #2: An attacking player is the 1st to touch the ball before it passes over 

the goal Ime and a goal kick is awarded. A substitute for either team runs 

immediately to the scorer's table to report to enter the game and the scorer gives 

the proper signal to the official. The official denies the player entry because they 

had not reported prior lo the ball passing out-of-bounds. 

RULING: Illegal Substitutes do not tiave to report prior to the dead ball in order to 

be eligible to enter on a goal kick, (3-3-2) 

SITUATION #3; The ball crosses the touch line and Team A is awarded the 

throw-in Si quickly reports to the scorer and requests to enter the game. 

RULING: Illegal. Substitution is denied. A substitute must have reported prior to the 

dead ball situation to be eligible to enter on a throw-in or a corner kick 13-3-2) 

SITUATIONS'): An official awards a penalty kick to Team A after a player on Team 

B commits an intentional direct free kick foul within his/her own penalty area 

Team B's goalkeeper is miured on the play and attended to on the field. An official 

allows Team B to substitute the injured goalkeeper with a goalkeeper from the 

bench pnor to the taking of the penalty kick. 

RULING: Legal (3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #5: Player A 1 is disqualified for violent misconduct in the penalty area 

and a penalty kick is awarded to Team B. The coach of Team B substitues for 81 , 

who has suffered an injury, and designates the substitute as the player to take the 

penalty kick. 

RULING: Illegal When the clock is stopped for a penalty kick and a substitution is 

allowed for an injury or caution, the substitute shall not fake the penalty kick 

(3-3-3 exception) 

SITUATION #6: The goalkeeper on Team A commits a serious foul play against an 

opponent m the penalty area. The goalkeeper is disqualified and the opponents 

are awarded a penalty kick. Even though the coach for Team A knows that they 

must now play with one less player, he wants to substitute a new goalkeeper for 

one of the remaining field players, 

RULING: Illegal. When the clock is stopped for a penalty kick, the only substitution 

permitted is for a player who has been injured or cautioned (3-3-3 exception). 

Team A will have to put one of its field players in goalkeeper's attire and play that 

position at least until the next opportunity to substitute. 

SITUATION #7: Team A is awarded a penalty kick. A1 was injured on the play, and 

must leave the game, (a) S2 reports for A1, and is waved into the game by the 

official- (b) 81 indicates he/she has been instructed by the coach to take the 

penalty kick. 

RULING: (a) Legal. The substitution is legal, (b) Illegal. ST may not take the penalty 

kick. (3-3-3) 

SITUATION #8: Play A1 is disqualified for committing a serious foul play. 

Depending on where the foul occurs, the game is restarted with (a) a directo free 

kick; or (b) a penalty kick. The coach for Team A requests that he/she be able to 

substitute. 

RULING: In (a), legal. Team A must play on epiayer short because of the 

disqualification of A1 , but substitution is allowed for any of the remaining players 

on either team. In (b). Illegal. The only substitutions permitted when the game is 

stopped for a penalty kick are for injured or cautioned players. (3-3-3) 

SITUATION #9: As the officials enter the field of play, the head referee observe two 

opposing players swearing at each other and (a) the referee disqualfies both from 

further participation in the game, (b) both teams start the game with eleven players. 

RULING: In (a) and (b). legal, (a) The officials's jurisdiction begins when they enter 

the field of play. (5-1-2) (b) There shall be eleven on each team when the game 

starts. (3-1-2) 

SITUATION #10: Team A takes the field with all players wearing shin guards 

outside their stockings. 

RULING: Illegal, The stockings are a required part of the uniform and shall be 

visible to the officials. Shin gurds shall be worn under the stockings. 

NOTE: Beginning in 1990, shin guards will be mandatory. (4-1-1) 

SITUATION #11: Team B has a shrit which is light blue in color. Team B's 

goalkeper has a darker shade blue shirt on. The coach of Team A demands that 

goalkeeper B change his shirt. The referee declines to require the change. 

RULING: Legal. It is the responsibility of the officials to check the shirt color of the 

goalkeepers. If the officials feel the shirts of the team members and the goalkeeper 

are contrasting colors, there needs to be no change of the goalkeeper's shirt. 

(4-1-1) 

SITUATION #12: The ball, last controlled by Team A. goes out of bounds. The 

referee wrongly indicates a throw-in in Team A's direction. Player A throws the ball 

in. The referee realizes the mistake and immediately stops play and awards a 

throw-in to Team B. 

RULING: Legal. The correctable error provision does not prevent immediate 

common sense correction of obvious mistakes. (5-1 -2) 

SITUATION #1 3: After the completion of a regular season tie game and prior to the 



two 10-minute overtime periods, the opposing coaches agree to conduct a 

penalty kick tie-breaker to determine the winner if the game remains tied after the 

two overtime periods. 

RULING: Illegal, A tied game may only be resolved by playing two full overtime 

periods not exceeding 10 minutes each, excluding tournament play. (7-3-1 -) 

SITUATION #14: A male player who is part of a wall during a free kick places his 

hands in front of his groin as protection before the ball is kicked or a female player 

in this situation places her hands or arms over her chest. The offensive player 

kicks the ball which strikes the man's hands still in front of his groin or the woman's 

arms over her chest. In both cases, the hands and arms are stationary 

RULING: This is not a handball foul because the ball struck stationary hand or arm 

rather than hadn or arm striking the ball. (12-2-1) 

SITUATION #15: The goalkeeper seeks to retrieve a loose ball at the side of the 

penalty area and in doing so, steps out of the penalty area and off the field of play 

with both fee. However, he/she keeps the ball within the field of play and inside the 

penalty area The goalkeeper returns to the penalty area and puts the ball back into 

play. 

RULING: Legal. Since the goalkeeper left the field of play through normal play 

movement, while playing the ball, and the ball remained inside the penalty area. 

the goalkeeper would be allowed to continue play, (12-8-1) 

SITUATION #1 6: The goalkeeper takes a step while holding the ball and then rolls 

the ball to a teammate within the penalty area. The ball is played back to the 

goalkeeper who then takes four more steps. 

RULING: Illegal. The ball shall leave the penalty area before a goalkeeper may 

retake possession of the ball after it has been played by a teammate. (12-7-1) 

SITUATION #17: An assistant coach for Team A is seated in the bleachers 

communicating with the head coach via a walkie-talkie. The head referee informs 

them they must discontinue this practice 

RULING: The official is correct. Excessive coaching aids are not permitted 

(12-8-1) 

SITUATION #18: the coach of Team A is disqualified by the head referee for using 

foul language and is directed to leave the vicinity of the playing area The coach 

goes to the bleachers and continues contact with team members The head 

referee reminds the coach that this is a violation of the rules and he/she is to leave 

the area without further contact with his/her players. The coach refuses on the 

grounds that no one is remaining to supervise the team The head referee then 

terminates the game 

RULING: Legal. (12-8-3) 

SITUATION #19: Team A has the ball in the penalty area of Team B. The coach of 

Team B uses foul language and the official immeditely stops play, ejects the coach 

and awards a penalty kick to Team A 

RULING: Illegal. A penalty kick may only be awarded when a direct free kick foul is 

intentionally committed by a defender inside his own penalty area (14-1-1). Any 

unsportsmanlike act by bench personnel may only result in the award of an 

indirect free kick taken from the location of the ball at the time of the violation. 

(12-8-3 Penalty) 

SITUATION #20: Team A is awarded a free kick. Player A requests an official to ask 

Player B to move away from tfie ball the required 10 yards. 

RULING: Correct procedure. 

NOTE: Play shall be restarted by a second whistle. (13-3-1 Penalty) 

SITUATION #21 : Player A1 takes a goal kick (or any free kick from within his/her 

own penalty area) and passes the ball toward A2 who is positioned just outside the 

penalty area. As soon as the ball is played, opponent Bl custs through the penalty 

area to challenge A2 for the ball, 

RULING: Illegal. B1 must remain outside the penalty area until the ball is played 

and until the ball leaves the penalty area. The official shall order the kick to be 

retaken. (13-3-1. 16-1-2) 

SITUATION #22: While making a throw-in, player A2 steps on the touchline as the 

ball is properly released. 

RULING: legal, (15-3-1) 

SITUATION #23: Defender A2 takes a position on the touchline at the point 

indicated by the official for Team B to take the throw-in. When the thrower takes a 

position directly in front of A2, A2 stands still and remains facing the thrower. The 

official does not caution A2. 

RULING: Legal. (15-1-4) 

SITUATION #24: As a goalkeeper prepares to take a goal kick and pass the ball to 

a teammate just outside the penalty area, an opponent enters the penalty area and 

stands between the goalkeeper and his teammate. 

RULING: Illegal, Players opposing the kicker shall remain outside the penalty area 

until the ball moves out of the penalty area, (16-1-2) 

SITUATION #25: Team A is awarded a goal kick. Player A1 places the ball on the 

ground inside the goal area and begins to run out of the penalty area. Player A2 

kicks the ball which hits Player A1 and deflects into the goal of Team a. The official 

awards a goal to Team B. 

RULING: Illegal- A goal may not be scored because the ball failed to leave the 

penalty area and enter the field of play. The goal kick shall be repeated. (16-1 -3) 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1989 




1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION CHEERLEADING 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS 



SITUATION #1 : When performing a split drop, a cheerleader: (a) jumps Into the air 

and immediately drops to the floor in a split position; {b) is lowered from a 

suspended splits to a split position on the floor by the bases. 

RULING: (a) Illegal (b) Legal 

SITUATION #2: A cheerleading squad performs a thigh pitch in which three 

people are used as follows Two catchers facing each other, and a spotter 

positioned at the head and shoulders of the top person 

RULING: Illegal 

COMMENT: A thigh pitch is always illegal regardless of how many spotters or 

catchers are used 

SITUATION #3: A pyramid is performed with the top person sitting on the 

shoulders of a base who is sitting on the knee of a third person 

RULING: Illegal 

COMMENT: The top person must be supported by a base or bases who are in 

direct, weightbeanng contact with the cheering surface. 

SITUATION #4: A stunt is performed in which each of the top people, who are 

cradled by bases standing in single file formation, is tossed to the base behind her 

original base 

RULING: Illegal 

COMMENT: All tosses must be cradles by at least two of the onginal bases 

SITUATION #5: A top who is in a suspended split position between two bases 

raises her arms above her head 

RULING: Illegal 

COMMENT: Suspended splits require constant hand-to-hand contact between 

the top and the bases. 

SITUATION #6: A base who is graspoing a top's waist, then tosses her upward. 

The top performs a straddle toe touch, then the base assists her landing by 

grasping her at the waist. 

RULING: Legal 

SITUATION #7: A doub>e-base extension to a cradle is not considered a toe toss 

or pitch 

RULING: Correct 

SITUATION #8: A shoulder stand to a single-base cradle must have an additional 

spotter at the head and shoulders area when the top person is cradled. 

RULING: Correct 

SITUATION #9: A cheerleader squad performs the following (a) sailor with no 

spotter in addition to the base; (b) shoulder stand to cartwheel dismount with 

constant contat with a spotter; (c) pull up from the cheerin gsurlace to a cradle with 

no additional spotter 

RULING: (a) Illegal because a sailor begins as an extension, thus requirmg a 

spotter, (b) legal because there is constant contact making it a type of suspended 

roll, (c) legal; the stunt is performed below shoulder level so it does not require an 

additional spotter 

SITUATION #10: A cheerleader leans forward directly into a (a) Swedish fall, (b) 

forward roll 

RULING: (a) legal, (b) Illegal A forward roll cannot be performed directly from an 

unright stand or )ump without first bearing most of the weight on the hands/feet. 

SITUATION #1 1 : A cheerleader performs the following off the inside thighs of two 

bases fa) horizontal rotation without constant hand-to-hand contact; (b) horizontal 

rotation with constant hand-to-hand contact; (c) certical rotation without constant 

hand-to-hand contact. 

RULING: (a) Illegal, (b) and (c) are legal 

COMMENT: (a) is a free-falling flip; (b) is a suspended roll and (c) involves vertical 

rotation (twist) 

SITUATION #12: The following stunts require an additional spotter (a) torch, (b) 

liberty, (c) chair; (d) needle. 

RULING: (a) and (d) Incorrect; these are not extensions; (b) and (c) correct 

SITUATION #13: A player on Team B is injured on the tackle in a football game and 

is unable to return to his feet after the play. The game officials call a time-out for the 

injury which delays play. To keep the crowd interested, the cheerleaders for Team 

A begin a cheer before the status of the injured player is known 

RULING: Cheerleaders should not cheer when an opposing player is injured 



COMMENT: Cheering from either squad should not be resumed until the game 

officials have signaled to continue play. (Guidelines for Cheerleaders. When Not 

To Cheer — 3) 

SITUATION #14: During a volleyball mtch a group of students from the host school 

attempt to disconcert the opposing team players by yelling directly at the players 

and participating m questionable cheers The cheerleaders talk to their fellow 

students. Upon continued disruptive behavior the cheerleaders immediately 

contact their school administrator to assist m resolving the situation of poor 

sportsmanship 

RULING: Proper course of action. 

COMMENT: In some cases, it may be more advisable for the cheerleaders to go 

directly to the administrator Proper procedures should be developed at the local 

school and both cheerleaders and school administrators should be clear on the 

procedure. (Guidelines for Cheerleaders. Sportsmanship — 7) 

SITUATION #15: The varsity cheerleading squad, when practicing motions and 

stunts, regularly practice in front of the glass trophy case in a hallway to view their 

reflections to perfect their skills. 

RULING: All practice sessions should be held in a suitable location which does 

not present risk of injury Building stunts should not be executved m an area where 

a loss of balance may result in collision with glass, walls, etc. 

COMMENT: The practicing of motions m front of a mirrr from the floor level may be 

appropriate if adequate space is available 

SITUATION #16: The squad executes two should-sit stunts with the cheerleaders 

involved being adjacent to one another Centered directly behind these stunts, a 

shoulder stand is executed Upon cue, the top of the shoulder stand places one 

hand on the shoulder of each top of hte two shoulder-sit stunts and vaults over 

these girls to be caught by two bases 

RULING: Illegal stunt The top from the shoulder stand becomes the third level as 

she utilizes the second level of the should sit stunts as her base of support during 

the vault (Recommended Cheerleader Safety Guidelines 6) 

SITUATION #17: A cheerleader who performs a Swedish tall, is told this is illegal 

because it is a drop 

RULING Incorrect Note: The Swedish fall is legal primarily because the fall is 

effectively absorbed with the flexion of the arms. 

SITUATION #18: From a thigh stand, the base pops the top person into a single 

cradle catch without a spotter for the head and shoulders 

RULING: Legal Single cradle catches in which the top person is coming from 

below the should level of hte base do not require a spotter 

SITUATION #19: A cheer squad performs knee drops in unison Their fingers 

touch just prior to their knees coming m contact with the cheering surface. 

RULING: Illegal Note: Even though the hands/feet touched first, the rule stales 

that the hands are to bear most of hte weight to break the impact of the drop, 

SITUATION #20: During a football game, the home cheerleading squad uses 

tables at the sidelines to prforma stunt so they are more visible to the crowd 

RULING: Illegal Apparatus that increases the height of a stunt is not allowed. 

SITUATION #21: During a fast break action in a bsketball game, several 

cheerleaders perform back handspring down the sidelines 

RULING: Illegal Gymnastics skills cannot be performed during a live ball situation 

at a basketball or volleyball game 

SITUATION #22: A pyramid is formed using a double base and one top person 

standing m each bases's cupped hands. The top person is then popped to an 

extension and immediately dropped into a cradle catch 

RULING: Illegal unless there is an active spotter in addition to the two bases. 

SITUATION #23: A squad performs the same double-base extension with the 

addition of a spotter who assists m the pop then steps back to become a spotter. 

RULING: Legal A spotter may assist in the building of a pyramid /partner stunt, but 

then shall not be involved in anything but spotting 

SITUATION #24: A cheer squad is wearing hair clips with a hard plastic figure of 

their team masot attached to the clip 

RULING: Although it is possible for this type of hair device to be safe, ti is more 

likely that this type of hair clip would be hazardous to the other cheerleaders so 

would be illegal. 




^ 



Sporting Goods 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



TOLL 

FREE 

1-800 

442-0132 



Field tested. Pro-chosen. 

Russell Athletic Teamwear. 



Competition quality that's proved 
its strength on the playing 
fields of the NFL That's the 
kind of uniforms you get 
with Russell Athletic. For 
the best selection of 
colors and trim 
combinations 




available anywhere, 
see your uniform 
specialists today. And 
go with a pro. 



ORDER NOW and receive your uniforms early! 






13-' $9.95 

4 X 4" wood base with beveled 
edges. Quantities are limited. Please 
call us for figures available (Toll 
Free 1-800-274-4373). 



629 10" $8.50 

4y2 X 41/2" wood base with 5y<" 
gold plastic cup. Base has walnut 
finish, beveled edges. Quantities are 
limited— call for availability. 



630 111/2" $9.75 

5'/2 X 5'/2" wood base with beveled 
edges and walnut finish. Gold plas- 
tic cup is 7 'A" tall. Quantities are 
limited. 



^J^^et^-HS- 1-800-274-4373 




WTR-10 $16.95 

This trophy is crafted of genuine walnut. It is 
approximately IVi** tall. The walnut base is 9 
X 3". The trophy also has a gold engraving 
plate and includes the figure of your choice. 

Watch for our latest catalog— 

Coming Soon! 



WTR-8858 $16.95 

This trophy is also crafted of solid walnut. It 
is 7Vi" tall and has a gold engraving plate 
on the state. The base is 3 x 9" and has a 
gold medallion holder with a mylar insert. 
We have over 60 different inserts available 
representing sports, academic achievement, 
civic clubs and much more! Call us toll-free 
to see jusc what's available... 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O. Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
U.S. Postage 

PAID 
Richmond, KY 
Permit No 108 



November, 1989 

Volume LI, No. 4 



^ 



1 101 



™ 






lIPP^ 




Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of State High Scliool Associations 



1989 STATE VOLLEYBALL ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM 




Amy Brickley, Mercy, Kelly Gilooly, Mercy, Janie Borscherding, Beechwood, Krista Robinson, Notre Dame, Becky Meadows, 
Assumption, Allison Jarboe, Assumption, Angle Ochsner, Assumption, Jenny GeracI, Notre Dame, Kim King, Assumption, 
Tammy Schlarman, Highlands, Kim Draud, Highlands, Erin Prather, Beechwood. 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



-IargeT 



Latchkey Kids Are Higher Risk 



"Latchkey children" are twice as likely to drink alcohol or smoke and nearly twice as likely to use marijuana, than their more 
supervised counterparts, according to a new study. 

The study, reported in the September issue of Pediatrics, surveyed 4,932 8th-grade students in southern California. Of those, 
68.4 percent reported caring for themselves after school for at least an hour each week. 

Those who cared for themselves for more than 10 hours per week accounted for 28.6 percent of the respondents. This group 
was twice as likely to report a "high lifetime consumption" of alcohol (defined as having had at least 1 1 drinks), 2.1 times as likely to 
report frequent use of tobacco (a total of a pack or more of cigarettes), and 1.7 times as likely to have tried marijuana. 

This "risk factor" was greater for unsupervised children regardless of sex, race, income, extracurricular activities, or school 
performance. 

"There was no particular group that was protected from this effect," said Jean L. Richardson, associate professor of preventive 
medicine at the University of Southern California and primary author of the study. She said the study shows that "we all need to be 
concerned" about unsupervised children. 

Students who were left alone for shorter periods of time reported slightly lower levels of substance use. For those left 
unsupervised five to 1 hours per week (1 5.7 percent of those surveyed), the relative risk for alcohol was 1 .7 times as likely; for 
tobacco. 1.6; and for marijuana, 1.5. 

The study also found that latchkey children were more likely to come from affluent neighborhoods and to be white. Richardson 
said she thought more afterschool programs and greater "parental monitoring" could help lower the rate of substance use among 
latchkey children. 

The 8th-graders filled out the questionnaires themselves in a classroom. As a check on their answers, 2,185 parents also 
returned the surveys, and the answers were found to be similar. 

The study was funded by a grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse 



TARGET RESOURCE CENTER 

Call Toll Free 1-800-248-3234 

To obtain information on educational and professional materials available 

in the field of alcohol and other drug education and prevention. 

A program of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association and the 

National Federation of State High School Association 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. LI, NO. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES OF THE 
BOARD MEETING 

October 1 4, 1 989 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Saturday, October 14, 1989. The meeting was 
called to order by President Sam Chandler at 9:00 a.m. with all 
Board members present except Charlie Miller. Others present 
were Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and Louis 
Stout and Sports Information Director Julian Tackett, State 
Board of Education Representative Harry Loy and K.H.S.A.A. 
Attorney Phil Scott. The Invocation was given by Mr. Alvis 
Johnson. 

Mr. Chandler welcomed new Board member Eddie Saylor, 
who was elected to serve the unexpired term of Pearl Ray 
Lefevers. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, 
that the minutes of the July 28, 1 989, meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion passed. Huston DeHaven made a 
motion that the minutes of the West Eligibility Committee 
Meetings on September 5 and 20 be approved. C.K. Henry 
seconded the motion which passed. Jack Portwood moved 
that the minutes of the East Eligibility Committee Meeting 
held on August 29 be approved. David Points seconded the 
motion which passed. 

Alvis Johnson made a motion, seconded by C.K. Henry, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
August 1 , and ending September 30, 1 989, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Johnny Belcher, Golf Coach at Caverna High School had 
requested an appeal before the Board to make a presentation 
regarding the change of Golf from the Spring season to the 
Fall season. Following his presentation. President Chandler 
suggested that Mr. Belcher's concerns be considered by the 
All-Sports Committee and that a recommendation be made at 
the December meeting. 

Huston DeHaven moved that the Board go into Closed 
Session to discuss a personnel matter. Marvin Moore 
seconded the motion which passed. 

Marvin Moore made a motion, seconded by C.K. Henry that 
the Board return to Open Session. The motion passed. 

C.K. Henry moved that Article 4, Section 2b. of the 
Constitution be amended for clarity sake. David Points 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Mr. Henry then made a motion, seconded by Sandy Allen, 
that Bob Rogers be eligible to sit as a member of the Board of 
Control. The motion passed by a vote of 9 to 2. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed the 1 988-89 Audit. He 
advised the Board that the major change was the addition of 
the TARGET Program. Alvis Johnson made a motion to 
accept the Audit as presented. Liz Trabandt seconded the 
motion which carried unanimously. 

President Chandler called on Commissioner Mills for a 
report of the Selection Committee for Sectional Directors. 
Following Mr. Mills report. Bob Rogers made a motion that 
the committee's recommendation be approved and that the 
following persons be employed as Sectional Directors: 



Jack Portwood seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Exec. Asst. Wise then gave the Building Committee's report. 
Following Mr. Wise's presentation, Marvin Moore made a 
motion that Comm. Mills be authorized to enter into an 
agreement on the purchase of the property. C.K. Henry 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced that the State Champion- 
ship Football Playoff schedule is as follows: 
Class A 1 :00 p.m., Friday, December 1 

Class AA 4:00 p.m., Friday, December 1 

Class AAA 1 :00 p.m., Saturday, December 2 

Class AAAA 4:00 p.m., Saturday, December 2 

Mr. Wise announced that he had received bids on two 
automobiles to be purchased by the Association. After 
considering the bids, David Points made a motion to accept 
Frank Shoop's bid of $26,758.00 which includes the use of a 
complimentary automobile. Marvin Moore seconded the 
motion which passed. 

Mr. Wise then advised the Board of a letter he had received 
from Elkhorn City High School regarding a football game that 
they had canceled with Whitesburg High School due to a 
number of injured players. Following a lengthy discussion on 
the issue. Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by C.K. 
Henry, that the forfeiture fee be waived for this season and 
that this years contract be honored during the 1990 season. 
The motion carried. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held on December 1 , 
1989 at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of hearing appeals and 
December 2 at 9:00 a.m. for the regular meeting. 

Asst. Comm. Stout advised the Board of the dates and sites 
of the following State Championships: 
Cross Country - November 4 - Kentucky Horse Park 
Soccer - November 9-1 1 - Eastern High School 
Wrestling - February 16-17 - Atherton High School 
Softball - May 24-26 - Owensboro 
Baseball - June 7-8 - Site not determined 

Asst. Comm. DeVries presented the following request for 
change in the Girls' Tennis Region for the Board's 
consideration --that Bullitt West and Bullitt Central be added 
to the West Jefferson Region. Sandy Allen moved that the 
above recommendation be approved. Huston DeHaven 
seconded the motion which passed. Ms. DeVries informed 
the Board that the State Volleyball Tournament will be held at 
Seneca High School on October 27-28. She also advised that 
the State Track and Tennis Championships will be held atthe 
University of Kentucky on May 26 and May 31 -June 2 
respectively. Ms. DeVries reported that the next meeting of 
the All-Sports Committee will include a discussion regarding 
an increase in fee for Volleyball officials. 

There being no further business, C.K. Henry made a motion 
to adjourn. Bob Rogers seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



Section 1 - Jerry Kimmel 
Section 2 - George Mercker 



Section 3 - Jack Wise 
Section 4 - John Radjunas 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



NOVEMBER, 1989 



VOL LI, NO. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1 988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller 
(1 986- 1 990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1 988-1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1989-1992) Molus, Liz Trabandt 
(1988-1991) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 



APPEALS HEARINGS 

OCTOBER 12-13, 1989 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met attheK.H.S.A.A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky on Thursday, October 12 and Friday, October 13, 
1 989 for the purpose of hearing appeals. The meetings vjere 
called to order at 1;00 p.m. on each day. 

Follovi^ing the hearings of all appeals the following actions 
vi/ere taken by the Board. 
Waived By-Lavi/ 6, Transfer Rule; 

Jason Moorman - St. Romuald, Hardinsburg 

Ryan Whitaker - Lexington Catholic 

Ernie Lee Kirk, II - Allen County - Scottsville 

Robert M. Vanhoose - Paintsville 

Matt Mason - Lexington Christian Academy 

Matthew DeMichele - Jessamine County 

Frederick & Helen Seitz - Woodford County 

Toby Lee Welch - Russell 

Samuel Kevin Frazier - Raceland 

William Russell Calvert - Henry Clay, Lexington 

Kenneth Hatmaker - Ballard, Louisville 

Quinton Leonard - Madison Central, Richmond 

Mariko Hagans - Bryan Station, Lexington 

Tammy Fox - West Hopkins, Nebo 

Jennifer & James True - Holy Cross, Covington 

James P. Donovan - Highlands, Fort Thomas 

Roger Asher - Lloyd Memorial, Erianger 

Greg Potter - Washington County 

Did not waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule; 
Kristian Boghof - Fulton 
Alexander Eckhardt - Scott County 
Michael Klein - Conner 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned until 9:00 a.m., Saturday, October 1 4 for the regular 
meeting of the Board. 




1989-90 BASKETBALL 
ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 



REGION I: Jim Henley, Route 1, Box 237, Bardwell 42023, 

Home; 502-628-3536; Business; 502-628-5476. 

REGION II: Bill Burton, P.O. Box 21 7, Eddyville 42038, Home; 

502-388-9980; Business; 388-7248 (MWF only). 

REGION III: Wayne L Divine, Fairway Dr., Central City 42330, 

Home; 502-754-2783; Business; 502-754-4474. 

REGION IV: Mike Cobb, 525 Ashmoor, Bowling Green 42101 , 

Home; 502-781-5139; Work; 502-842-0089. 

REGION V: Howard Gardner, 810 McCullum Avenue, 

Elizabethtown 42701, Home; 502-765-6273. 

REGION VI & VII: Carol Funk, 3501 Illinois Ave., C-11, 

Louisville 40213, Home; 502-458-1167; Business; 

502-625-6720. 

REGION VI & VII (JV): Robert Weihe, 1897 Princeton Drive, 

Louisville 40205, Home; 502-459-6397; Business; 

502-776-4651. 

REGION VIM: Roy Winchester, Box 29, Bethlehem 40007, 

Home; 502-845-5040; Business; 502-255-7770. 

REGION IX: Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 

41075, Home; 606-441-5885; Business; 606-292-3064 

REGION X & XI: Larry Boucher, 243 Duntreath Drive, 

Frankfort 40601, Home; 502-695-4019; Business; 

502-564-6927. 

REGION X & XI (JV): Tommy Shuck, 2073 Williamsburg, 

Lexington 40504, Home; 606-277-8788; Business; 224-3464. 

REGION XII: Noel Hargis, 1 1 2 Fisher Drive, Somerset 42501 , 

Home; 606-679-6417. 

REGION XIII: Ray Canady, Box 244, Barbourville, Home; 606- 

546-4765; Business; 606-546-4175. 

REGION XIV: Don Stacy, Route 1, Box 835, Hazard 41701, 

Home; 606-436-4299; Business; 606-439-5813. 

REGION XV: Paul Dotson, Box 491, Belfry 41514, Home; 

606-353-7335; Business; 606-353-7230. 

REGION XVI: Bobby Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, 

Flatwoods 41139, Home; 606-836-6069; Business; 

606-836-8186. 




Happy 
Thanksgiving! 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



NOTRE DAME 
1989-90 STATE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPION 
Seneca High School, Louisville, Kentucky 



IN^S^STATE nVS^ 



Yiri/Cx'^ 




BACK RO W L-R: Asst. Coach Janet Kohns, Gina Nienaber, Nicole Thelen, Erin Dineen, Krista Robinson, Jenny Geraci, Julie 
Butler, Kerry Lewin, Michelle IVIcElroy, Shelly Dusing, Jill Tewes, Head Coach Kim Gunning. FRONT ROW KNEELING L-R: 
Susan Kluemper, Lou Pohlgeers, Molly McOermott, Chelsea Hemingway, Tracy Tomlinson, Jennifer Luckman, Carrie Mohr. 



Holy Cross (Louisville) 



Campbell County 



Woodford County 



Friday, October 27 - Saturday, October 28, 1 989 



Holy Cross (15-1. 15-3) 



Highlands (15-5, 15-9) 



Wag9ener(15-9, 15-8) 



Notre Dame (15-10. 15-3) 



Notre Dame (12-15. 15-5. 15-7) 



Mercy (15-6. 15-0) 



Assumption (15-9. 15-13) 



Beechwood (15-10, 15-13) 



Woodford County 



Beectiwood 
(15-10, 13-15, 15-5) 



Assumption (16-14, 15-8) 



Notre Dame (8-15, 15-11, 15-9) 



Tournament 
Officials 

Debra Rice 

Lou Wheeler 

Nancy Barre 

Lucy Cecil 

Jack Pylinski 

John Smith 

Katie Wesseling 

Teri Brown 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AAA BOYS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Clifton Hunter, Falrdale 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Clifton Hunter 


Fairdale 


16:27.65 


2 


Aaron Payne 


Pulaski Co. 


16:35.38 


3 


Bob Foster 


Daviess Co. 


16:38.10 


4 


John Perkins 


St. Xavier 


16:41.61 


5 


David Buchenberger 


St. Xavier 


16:45.61 


6 


Adam Henson 


Shelby Co. 


16:46.54 


7 


Travis White 


Holy Cross 


16:48.23 


8 


Josh Henson 


Shelby Co. 


16:50.99 


9 


Greg Brown 


Trinity 


16:52.53 


10 


David Bratcher 


Holy Cross 


16:53.84 


11 


Kevin Schwartz 


Apollo 


16:54.36 


12 


Scott Williams 


Jeffersontown 


17:00.17 


13 


Jason Acree 


Shelby Co. 


17:01.59 


14 


Mike Miller 


Bell Co. 


17:01.92 


15 


Bobby Eldridge 


Pulaski Co. 


17:03.88 



CLASS AAA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Shelby Co 74 

2 Holy Cross 82 

3 Trinity 84 

4 Pulaski Co 108 

5 Warren Central 148 

6 Apollo 189 

7 Jessamine 210 

8 St. Xavier 219 

9 Franklin 237 

10 Henderson 242 

1 1 Marshall County 280 

1 2 Lafayette 297 

13 Fairdale 323 

14 Boone Co 364 

15 Waggener 381 

16 Cov, Holmes 456 



SHELBY COUNTY 
BOYS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Adam Henson, Josh Henson, Jason Acree, Robbie Houchin, Jimmy 
Hatter, Rick Shaw, Clay Cull. Coach Larry Wingfeld. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



Ginger Watkins, Franklin County 
Class AAA Individual Champion 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Ginger Watkins 


Franklin 


10:56.91 


2 


Emily Roebel 


Notre Dame 


11:05.65 


3 


Amy Smith 


Pulaski 


1 1 :32.06 


4 


Kelly Kuerzi 


Pres. Academy 


11:34.47 


5 


Mandy Jones 


Pulaski 


11:37.16 


6 


Alison Staples 


Henderson 


11:48.50 


7 


Angle Rohrscheib 


Daviess Co. 


11:51.40 


8 


Kara Howell 


Warren Central 


11:55.36 


9 


Beth Woeste 


Notre Dame 


11:55.97 


10 


Lea Anna Williams 


Grayson Co. 


11:56.83 


11 


Julie Roberts 


Pulaski 


11:57.22 


12 


Lara Honaker 


Lafayette 


11:57.59 


13 


Stephanie Filippazzo 


L. Doss 


11:59.16 


14 


Michelle Marshall 


Boone Co. 


12:00.01 


15 


Courtney Sheafter 


Owensboro Sr. 


12:00.85 



CLASS AAA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Notre Dame 74 

2 Pulaski 83 

3 Warren Central 1 06 

4 Daviess Co 127 

5 Jessamine 175 

6 Owensboro Sr 200 

7 Grayson Co 220 

8 Henry Clay 226 

9 Franklin 243 

10 Shelby Co 271 

11 L Ballard 293 

12 Boyd Co 296 

13 L Doss 319 

14 Mercy Academy 331 

15 Sacred Heart 363 

16 Pres. Academy 379 

1 7 L. Assumption 427 



NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 
GIRLS' CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Emiry Roebel, Beth Woeste, Karen Crowe, Gina Casnellie, Carolyn 
Hobbs, Cindy Goebel, Tara Weltner. Coach Bob Meyer. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Scarlett Haley, Russell 
Class AA Individual Champion 





CLASS AA GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Scarlett Haley 


Russell 


11:06.84 


2 


Cybil O'Nan 


Oldham Co. 


11:27.10 


3 


Lauren Moore 


Oldham Co. 


11:40.88 


4 


Tracy Cox 


Warren East 


11:44.14 


5 


Kristen Edwards 


Warren East 


11:45.56 


6 


Ashley Hudson 


Warren East 


11:46.81 


7 


Natalie Ford 


Fleming Co. 


11:50.25 


8 


Melissa Simms 


Russell 


11:56.15 


9 


Trescia Tyler 


Trigg Co. 


11:56.42 


10 


Tiffany White 


East Hardin 


11:56.75 


11 


Antionette Mayes 


Trigg Co. 


12:01.20 


12 


Angela Moehring 


Conner 


12:03.35 


13 


Mandy Stovall 


Russell 


12:07.45 


14 


Elizabeth Higgins 


Highlands 


12:07.99 


15 


Lisa Adams 


Fort Camp 


12:11.72 



CLASS AA GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Warren East 44 

2 Russell 58 

3 Oldham Co 71 

4 Dixie Heights 129 

5 Trigg Co 1 30 

6 Highlands 140 

7 East Hardin 146 

8 S.Oldham 193 

9 Adair Co 265 

10 Whitesburg 271 

1 1 Barren Co 304 

12 Clay Co 306 



WARREN EAST HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 




Tracy Cox, Kristen Edwards, Ashley Hudson, Lauren Edwards, Tara 
Holthaus, Heather Young, Donna Clayton. Coach Rob Bowers. 



From The Commissioner's Office [Ml@71§ ® (^i@¥( 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, as it applies to competition 
after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected by this rule, which states that following the 
teams' last regular season match, there shall be no further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the 
school year, with the exception of the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this 
important rule, and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other competition. 
For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to coach members of the high school 
team in a league outside of the school's legal regular season competition, regardless of the type of league, 
would be a violation of the rules governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

Assumption needs one more girls' teams to play in the Holiday Jamboree to be held December 28 and 29. 

Interested schools should contact Coach Carolyn Medley, Assumption High School, 2170 Tyler Lane, 

Louisville, 40205, or call (502)458-9551. 
Bardstown has three open dates for boys basketball, 11/28, 12/12, and 1/23. Contact Garnis Martin, A.D., 

(502)348-1674. 
Laurel County has several openings on its boys basketball schedule, including 11/28, 12/8 and 1/30. Contact 

Coach Charles Broughton (606)864-7371 , or (606)843-7208. 
Madisonville-North Hopkins has several open dates for boys varsity and junior varsity Isasketball. The open dates 

are as follows ~ 11/30, 12/7, 12/8, 12/18 and 12/19, 1/18, 1/19 and 2/12. Contact J.E. Barlow, A.D., 

(502)825-6017. 
McDowell needs girls' basketball games on any of the following dates - 11/30, 12/11,13,20,22,28, 

1/4,5,11,12,19,29,31, and 2/5,23. Interested schools should contact Coach Cassandra Keathley at (606)377- 

6202. 
Oldham County needs boys games on 12/15/89, 12/27-30/89, 1/12/90, 1/30/90, 2/9/90 and 2/10/90. 

Interested schools should contact Coach Gary Forrest, or Tom Peterson, A.D., (502)222-9461. 
Russell has open dates for boys baskettjall, 1 1/28, 1/23; and needs a girls' game on 2/12. Contact Jerry Klaiber, 

A.D. 

BASKETBALL/FOOTBALL ORDER FORMS NOW BEING ACCEPTED 

Ticket order forms for the State High School Football Championships and the Boys and Girls Basketball 
Tournaments have been mailed to the member schools and school systems. If you did not receive an order 
form, please request one today, do not wait until just prior to the event when you request may not be able to be 
filled. 

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO HOLD OFF ON SCHEDULES 

Due to the fact that there is the potential for a significant realignment in football, football playing schools are 
encouraged not to sign contracts which call for games beyond the 1990 season. The starting date will change in 
1991 , as well as the district alignment changes, and until this alignment is finalized, probably in the early spring, it 
would be advisable to hold off from finalizing schedules and contracts. 

NOTICE ON COACHING BOX 

Effective this fall, the K.H.S.A.A. is again in compliance with National Federation Playing Rules as they pertain 
to the coaching box. The box shall be six foot in length, beginning with the mid court line (hash mark) and 
extended towards the end line. The K.H.S.A.A. has diagrams available to assist in the placement of the box. 
Also, schools which are forced to use a bench configuration at the end of the floor must have permission from 
the K.H.S.A.A. in order to use this configuration. In addition, both benches must be in the same relative position, 
if one is on the end, both must be on the end. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contest for 
unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one game. 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a representative of your school 
be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be sure you receive a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) 
Contact this office in writing to request reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the 
suspension. You will be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are reminded to use an ink pen and 
to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in game uniform. They 
will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance policy insofar as practice is concerned unless you are 
othen/vise notified. 

SELECTION OF BASKETBALL BENCH OFFICIALS IS IMPORTANT 

Often, during the basketball season, the Association office receives reports of irregularities in a game due to a 
lack of assigning competent bench officials to score and time the game. Schools should pay close attention to 
the selection of these persons. Adults should be chosen who have a knowledge of the rules, a sense of 
impartiality, an interest in the game, and who are alert, willing to serve, and able to concentrate on their duties. 
The Official Basketball Rules recommends the Official Scorer wear identifying apparel and his or her location be 
clearly marked. Schools should make every effort to abide by this recommendation during the season. 
From an article by M.F. Springer, the following tips are suggested -- 

1) Choose Adults. A high school senior or one of last June's graduates will have the interest and enthusiasm, but 
may lack the poise, impartiality and judgement. 

2) Choose someone who has had some playing, coaching or officiating experience. 

3) Choose officials who can and will be present at every home game. It may be an honor to act as Timer or 
Scorer, but it's not an honor which should be passed around every game. 

4) If faculty members are available for these jobs, they usually do the best work, though there are exceptions. 

5) Above all, choose someone with plenty of poise, good judgement, a sense of impartiality and one who you are 
sure will be able to forget the score and concentrate on his or her job. 

OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please submit your open dates to 
this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in 
writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone number. The following 
dates have been submitted ~ 
Mt. Healthy High School in Cincinnati is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 1 ; or September 7 

or September 8. Mt. Healthy has approximately 525 boys in the top three grades. Schools interested should 

contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. 
Oldham County High School is seeking a football game on October 26, 1990. Schools interested should 

contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222-9775. 
Portsmouth West High School in Portsmouth, Ohio is seeking a football game on October 5, 1990. Schools 

interested should contact Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858-6669. 
Rock Hill High School in Ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students) is seeking a football game on October 19 

or 20, 1990. Schools interested should contact Chris Lester, Athletic Director at (614)533-3417. 
Wheelersburg High School in Wheelersburg, Ohio is seeking a foottiall game on August 31 or September 1, 

1990, September 28 or September 29. Schools interested should contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at 

(614)574-2527. 
Withrow High School in Cincinnati, Ohio is seeking a football game on September 7 or 8, 1990. Schools 

interested should contact Dale Mueller, Foott>all Coach at (513)533-5733. 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

The following is the list of the students 
recognized in 1988-89 as making the 
Academic All State Teams for the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association. 

Nominations were solicited from all member 
schools and were the responsibility of the 
school athletic director. 

Many thanks to the Athletic Directors for 
cooperating. 



1988-89 Fall Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 

First Team 



Boys' Cross Country 

Apollo - Greg Haden (10) 3.93 
Ballard -Keith Look (11)3.80 
Barren County - Jamie King (1 0) 4.00, Chris Poynter ( 

9)3.83, Chris Reed (10)3.83, Sammy Lowe (12)3.75 
Bellevue- Kurt Jones (10)4.00 
Berea- Matt Montgomery (11)3.75 
Boyd County- William Moriarty (12)4.00 
Bryan Station- Daniel Rodriguez (10)3.80 
Buckhorn- DougTzanetos (11)4.00, Will Geeslin (11) 

3.80 
Christian Academy-Louisville- Ryan Richardson (9) 

4.00, Mark Worley ( 9) 3.75, Jerry Grant (1 1) 3.91 
Cordia- Shawn Stanley (10)3.80 
Covington Catholic- David Bresser (1 1) 3.80, Terrance 

Gieske (11)4.00 
Danville - Seith King (4)4.00, Josh Ayorda (8)3.80 
Eastern- Brett Ridoux (11)3.75 
Edmonson County - Sam Skaggs (11) 3.90 
Fort Campbell - Billy Ryan (1 1) 3.80 
Frankfort- Ben Wiley (12)4.00, Jason Shaw (9)3.90 
Fulton City- Chad Fry (9)4.00, Jason Pulley (10)3.93 
Garrard County- Robbie Long (12)3.97 
Harrison County- Billy T.Whitaker (10)3.75 
Holy Cross (Louisville)- Brent Mayer (11)3.89 
Jessamine County- Mark Parrlsh (10)3.88 
Lexington Catholic- Mark Bieschke (12)3.94, Erik 

Bieschke (11)3.98 
Lloyd Memorial - Andy Crowe (10) 4.00 
Mason County- Eric Pigmon (12)3.80 
Metcalfe County- Jason Hurt (12)3.80, Richie London 

(1 1) 3.90, Jonathan Wilcoxson (10) 4.00 
North Hardin -Todd Ellis (11)4.00, Kris Hodge (11) 

4.00, Tyrone Hollins (11) 3.90 
Paducah Tilghman - Charles Sea berry (12)4.00, Bret 

Roedemeier (9)3.80, Chad Roedemeier (12)4.00 
Rowan County- Brian Binion (12)3.89 
Russell - Mauricio Sanchez ( 9) 4.00, Jeff Wysong ( 9) 

4.00 
Silver Grove- Joe Gubser (11)3.85, Terry Leap (9) 

3.75 
Tates Creek - Mark Trivette (1 1) 4.00, David Gosney 

(10)3.80, B.J. Lowry (9)3.80 
Trinity (Louisville)- Jason Cashon (12)4.00, Oownes 

Kevin (10)3.90, David Esterle (12)4.00, Christopher 

Gregory (10)4.00, Daniel Grenough (10)4.00, Curtis 

Jackson (12)4.00, John Kuczwara (12)4.00, 

Stephen Kurowsky (11)3.80, Jeffrey Mortenson 

(12)3.80, William Norton (12)4.00, Richard Paulin 

(10) 3.90, Kevin Peterson (1 1)4.00, Steven Redella 

(11)3.80, Matthew Ronau (12)3.80, Howard Shoaf 

(12)3.90, Daniel Walter (12)3.80 

Girts Cross Country 

Anderson County- Tracy Brumley (10)4.00, Michelle 

Galliher (10)3.92 
Ballard - Tonya Clay (10)4.00, Amy Dodrill (10)3.91 
Barren County- Jody Furlong (10)3.91, GinI Barlow ( 

9) 3.91, Lee Ann Smith (12)3.80 
Bourbon County - Oebra Denninghoff ( 9) 3.85, Susan 

Stewart (11)3.90 
Bowling Green -Amy Goodwin (10)4.00 
Boyd County- JoJuan Roberts (10)4.00 
Buckhorn - Suzette Spicer (10)4.00 
Burgin-Wendie Austin (11)3.92 
Caverna - Jennifer Crews (10)4.00 
Danville - Katie Dexten ( 6) 3.80, Molly King (6) 3.80, 

Michelle Finke ( 6) 3.90, Susan Donovan (6)3.90, 



Julie Hays (6)4.00, Bethany Rogers (9)4.00, 

Debbie Finke (10)4.00, Katie Stamps (10)4.00 
Dayton- Stephanie Edgar (11)3.80, Vinessa Brooks ( 

9) 3.80, Amy Murphy ( 9) 3.80 
Dixie Heights - Kathy Buchheit (12)4.00 
Elizabethtown - Helena Domalewski (1 1) 3.68, Cherie 

Smith (11)3.85 
Frankfort- Carrie Barber (9)4.10, Casey Dutton (12) 

3.90, Sherri Heady (12)3.80, Stephanie Mace (10) 

3.80 
Franklin County - Karen Smith (1 1) 3.87 
Fulton City - Bridget Homra (10)4.00 
Harrison County- Cara Baldwin (10)4.00. Karen 

Mahoney (12)3.80, TeraPerraut (10)3.75 
Holy Cross (Louisville) - Marsha Gawarecki (12) 3.80 
Jef f ersontown - Andrea Penner (1 1) 3.95 
Jessamine County - Denise Crum (12) 3.84, Jenny 

Gilliam ( 9) 3.80 
Lexington Catholic- Heather Loiselle (11)3.94 
Metcalfe County- Robin McMurtrey (12)3.90, Holly 

Coleman (10)4.00 
North Hardin - Gail Downs (10)4.00, Kiku Gaudioso ( 

9) 3.83 
Notre Dame - Kristin Hummel (11)3.90 
Pleasure Ridge Park- Kerrie M. Leitner (12)4.00, 

Bethany Brumfield (10)3.83 
Providence - LaSenna Powell (10)4.00, Adrianne 

Mason (11)3.80 
Rowan County- Shannon Gallaher (11)3.98 
Russell- Melissa Simms (11)3.80, Scarlett Haley (9) 

4.00 
Sacred Heart- Kyran Esterle (10)3.88, Danielle Morris 

(11)3.85 
Somerset- Ann Maguire (10)4.00 
South Hopkins - Barbara Stephens (1 1) 3.83, Linda 

Stephens (9)3.83 
St. Camillus - Rebecca Keen ( 9) 3.90 
St. Henry - Melinda Butsch ( 9) 3.75 
Tates Creek- Kathy Whayne (11)4.50 

Football 

Allen Central - Tim Slone (10)3.83 

Anderson County- Jared Crawford (10)4.00, Chris 

Franklin (12)3.97 
Apollo - Mike Canary (10)4.00, Tommy Nail (9)4.00 
Ballard - Jeremy Pearman (10)4.00 
Ballard Memorial - Brady SIress ( 9) 4.00, Jimmy Wray 

(10)3.79 
Barren County - Tommy Simmons (1 1) 4.00 
Bath County- Rob McFarland (12)4.00 
Beechwood- A.J. Richardson (12)3.85, Craig 

Wilmhoff (9)4.00 
Bellevue- Jason Merida (10)3.90 
Bourbon County - Tom Witt (10) 3.75, Clint Richardson 

(10)3.75 
Bowling Green - Joey Baribeau (1 1) 3.95, John 

Franklin (11)4.00, MudassirShafi (11)3.83 
Boyd County- Mark Kevin Scott (12)3.81, Kevin 

Damron (11)3.94, Gary Dillon (11)3.79 
Boyle County- Bill Mitchell (11)4.00, Reid Smiley (12) 

4.00 
Breckinridge County - Darren Taul (12) 3.94, Gene 

Wheeler (11)3.75 
Bryan Station - Herman Lee (12)3.80 
Bullitt East -Kerry Stout (12)3.94, Julie Phelps (11) 

4.00, Jonathan Mansfield (1 1) 3.82, Scott Wilson 

(11)3.77 
Campbellsville- Breece Hayes (12)3.97 
Caverna - Jay Crews (12)3.90 
Cawood - Jeff Harris (11)3.76, Brent Roark (12)3.92, 

Russell Aired (11)3.95 
Covington Catholic- Dan Martin (11)3.83, Justin Kruer 

(11)4.00, Brian Williams (11)4.00, Paul Spellman (10) 

4.00, Kelly Flannery (10)3.95 
Cumberland- EricCornett (10)4.00 
Daviess County - John E. Baird (1 1) 3.75 
Dixie Heights - Keith Soward (9)4.00,Tom Dllts (10) 

4.00, Mike Surrey (10)4.00, Ryan Carron (11)4.00 
Eastern - Steve Anderson (1 1) 4.00 
Edmonson County- Eric Potter (10)4.00, Jerry Wilson 

(11)4.00, Neal Booker (10)3.91, Junior Rajewich 

(10)3.83, Jay Hollis (9)3.81, Oren Wilson (10)3.75 
Elizabethtown- EricLanz (12)4.00, Thong Le (12) 

4.00, HaoLe (10)3.83 
Fairview- Joey Caldwell (10)3.77 
Fleming County- Chip Hamm (11)4.00 
Fleming-Neon - Jason Fleming (10)4.00 
Fort Campbell- Chris Whitefleld (10)4.00 
Frankfort- Ben Wiley (12)4.00, Paul Looney (10)4.00, 

Marty Hammons (10)4.00 
Fulton City- Lee Johnson (11)4.00 
George Rogers Clark- Bobby Wasson (12)4.00 
Greenup County- Matthew Sanders (12)4.00, Stephen 

Dowdy (10)3.83, Larry Boggs (10)3.80 



Harlan - Scott Parsons (11)4.00, Matt Nunez (11)4.00 

Henderson County- Brad Bugg (12)3.80 

Iroquois - Devin Sanders (1 1) 3.90, Mohammad Shafie 

(11)3.80 
Johns Creek - Jim Tom Allen (12) 3.97, Paul Maynard 

(12)3.85 
Larue County- Robert Brandon Claycomb (12)3.99, 

Troy Christian Rock (12)4.00, DavidThomas 

Mitchell (12)4.00, William Mason Crawford (12) 

3.98, Jason Wesley Hawkins (1 1) 3.92 
Laurel County - Jimmy Lewis (1 1) 3.90, Vincent 

Harrison (12)4.00 
M.C. Napier- Timothy Spicer (12)3.85, Steve Dixon ( 

9) 3.80 
Mayfield - Jeff Richardson (12)4.00, Kevin Mathis (12) 

3.94, Jay Brian (11)3.91 
MeadeCounty- Jeff Wilson (10)4.00, Toby Knott (11) 

3.79, Tony James (11)3.75 
Mercer County- Earl Pinkston (12)4.00 

Metcalfe County- Eric Gray (12)4.00, Wes Jolly (12) 

3.80, Robbie Bass (10)4.00 

Murray- Chad Bazzell (10)3.75, Joey Bazzell (10) 
3.90, John Mark McDougal (11)3.90, Jason 
Sammons (12)3.90, Bruce Thurmond (12)4.00 

Newport Central Catholic- Mark Doller (10)3.94, Rob 
Knarr (10) 3.97, Rick Lehmkvhl (10) 3.94, Matt Mann 
(10)3.84, Adam Reedy (10)3.97 

Paris -T.J. Klyza (11)3.97, Leshun Steward (10)3.88 

Paul Blazer- James Keating (12)3.75 

Pleasure Ridge Park- Clement T.Yoo (12)3.97 

Rowan County- Bill Rosenberg (12)4.00 

Russell- Bobby Joe Pratt (11)3.90, Steve Lochow 
(11)4.00, Sam Hutchinson (9)4.00, Andy Barker (9) 
3.80, Rod Sherrod (9)3.80, James Nester (9)3.80 

Russellville- Andy Britt (10)4.00, Chris McGinnis (9) 
3.75 

Sheldon Clark- Chris Lockwood (12)4.00 

Somerset- Randy Spaw (12)4.00, Johnny Cain (11) 
4.00, Jonathan Perdue (10)3.90 

South Hopkins- Jason Bowman (12)3.80 

Southern - Chris Morris (12) 3.77 

Trigg County - James Redd (1 1) 3.92, Shannon 
Burcham (12)3.81, David Sholar (11)3.81 

Trinity (Louisville)- Jeffrey Brohm (12)3.90, Matthew 
Conliffe (10)4.00, Charles Contreras (11)3.90, 
William DeSensi (10)4.00, Shawn Freibert (10)3.80, 
David Glass (12)4.00, Heath Hubbuch (12)3.80, 
Kevin Judd (11)3.80, Gerald Metzmeier (11)3.90, 
ToddO'Neil (10)3.80, William Ralston (12)3.90, 
Michael Rickert (12)3.80, Eric Roalofs (11)3.80, 
Joseph Skinner (12)4.00 

Union County- Jeremy Shirel (12)3.87, John Will 
Royster (12)3.79 

Wayne County- Lance Turner (12)3.75, Chadd 
Newman (11)3.95, Nelson Weaver (11)4.00 

Whitesburg- Steve Amburgey (10)4.00 

Woodford County- Dean Byran (11)4.00, Jeff White 
(11)3.79 

Soccer 

Anderson County - Burke Chemoweth ( 9) 4.00, Troy 

Sadler (10)4.00 
Ballard- Erik Arnold (12)3.80, Andy Colvllle (11)3.80, 

Mark Double (11)3.90 
Berea - Matt Montgomery (1 1) 3.75, Howard Halverson 

(12)4.00, Jason King (12)3.85, Brent Stinebricker ' 

(12)4.00, Missy Sudor (12)4.00, Larry Kinnard (9) 

3.83, Nathan Boyce (10)4.00 
Bourbon County - Shane Rau (10) 3.75, Charlie Wilson 

(11)3.80 
Boyle County -Scott Ekiund (12)3.94, Tim Simpson 

(11)4.00 
Bryan Station - Matthew Blair (12)4.47, Chad Kincaid 

(11)4.25, Matt Jacobs (10)3.90 
Covington Catholic- Greg Ward (12)3.99, Michael 

Dacey (11)4.00, Mike Bloemer (10)4.00, Keith 

Prieshoff (10)3.93 
Danville- David Vanderpool (9)3.80. Jason Hammond 

(12)3.97, Chris Goodwin (11)3.83, Aaron Dickey (9) 

4.00, Josh Lukins (9)4.00, Jon Reigelman (9)3.80 
Elizabethtown - Matt Jones (1 1) 4.00, Stuart Wilson 

(11)3.95, Billy Brassine (9)3.77 
Fort Campbell- Gorgio Hyatt (10)3.80, Kyle Penman 

(12)4.00, Bob Reid (10)3.80, Robert Ruzicka (10) 

3.80, Chris Vanairsdale (9)4.00 
Frankfort- Ben Wiley (12)4.00, Karen Crabtree (12) 

4.00, Paul Lauritzen (12) 3.90, Jason Shaw ( 9) 3.90 
Franklin County -Todd Hash (11)3.79, Todd Hash (11) 

3.76 
George Rogers Clark - Teddie Clark (12) 3.86, Brian 

Hamon (12)4.00, Brian Masters (12)4.00, Hagan 

Rose (12)3.97, Chad Jones (11)3.75, Mark Camper 

( 9) 3.83, Brad Jones ( 9) 3.83, Greg Monohan ( 9) 

3.83, Tony Strode ( 9) 3.83 



Henderson County- John Michael Woodward (11) 

4.00, Brian Crafton (9)3.83, Jason Moore (12)3.83 
Holy Cross (Covington) - Javis Borchers (1 2) 3.60, 

Kelie Goller (10)3.75, Kevin Timmerding (10)3.75 
Jessamine County- Mark Parrish (10)3.86 
Laurel County- Kevin Hedrick (9)4.00, Eddie Hibbitts 

(11)3.90 
Lexington Catholic - Steve Lubbe (1 1) 3.90, Chuck 

Zavos (12)3.90 
Madisonville-North Hopkins -Travis McAfee (12)3.94 
Mason County- Aaron Copsy (11)3.66, Richard Mains 

(10)4.00 
North Hardin - Dodd L. Caudill (12) 3.94 
Paducah Tilghman - Alex Edwards (1 1) 3.80, Emily 

Walsh (10)4.00 
Rowan County- Matt Cutts (11)4.00, Kip Crager (12) 

4.00, Kevin Serey (10)4.00, Jon Nutter (12)3.89 
Russell - Mandy Stovall (10)3.80, Jeff Shelton (9)4.00 
Russellville - Brian Brown (11)4.00, Brad Beckman 

(11)4.00, Chris Seidler (9)4.00, Clay White (12) 

3.75, Matthew Williams (11)3.75, Steven Inman (9) 

3.75 
Southwest Christian- Kevin Bobb (12)4.00, Buddy 

Ray (12)3.80, Nats Barbin (12)3.86, Chad 

Qreathouse (10)3.86 
St. Camillus- Eric McKinney (11)4.00, Mark Mowery 

(10)4.00, Henry Hale (9)4.00, Marlena Douglas (12) 

3.90, Ben Mackey (11)3.90, Cassandra Goins (12) 

3.80, Kevin Prevatte (12)3.80, Randy Yarger (11) 
3.80 

St. Henry- Gary Meiners (12)3.83, Gary Meiners (12) 

3.81, Tim Gessner (10)3.83, Adam Diebold (9)3.81, 
Paul Freihofer (9)3.75, Kevin Gessner (9)4.00, 
Mark Kubala (9)3.75, Ryan Schaffer (9)3.81, 
Wendy Mason (12)3.75, Cassie Evans (12)3.75, 
Jennifer Goetz (1 1) 3.81, Donna Keller (1 1) 3.75, Erin 
Mullane (9)3.75 

Tates Creek - Kevin Scot ield ( 9) 4.00, Jose' Alvarez 
(12)3.84 

Trinity (Louisville)- Seth Bearden (11)3.80, William 
Brewer (12)3.90, Michael Hobbs (12)4.00, Brian 
Murphy (12)4.00, Daniel McCarthy (12)4.00, Brian 
Richardson (11)4.00, Brian Scully (11)4.00, 
Christopher Thomas (12)4.00, Jason Underwood 
(12)3.90 

Western Hills- Joseph Bell (11)3.90, John Patrick 
Hanly (11)3.90 

Woodford County- William Robinson (12)3.97, Tim 
Rouch (12)3.86 

Volleyball 

Assumption -Nikki Burdette (12)3.77 

Ballard - Leslie Gnadineer (11) 3.80, Emily Satterwhite 

(11)3.90 
Beechwood - Shelly Mescher (12)3.91, Pam Taylor 

(12)3.85, Janie Borcherding (11)4.13 
Bellevue - Sally Salazar (11)3.75 
Christian Academy-Louisville- Heather Laukhauf (12) 

4.00, Barbara Roberts (11)4.00, Suzy Hume (11) 

4.00, Rebecca Fellows (11)4.00, Jerry Smith (10) 

3.85 
Dayton - Celissa Crittenden ( 9) 4.00, Dominique Forte 

( 9) 3.80, Kristina Johns ( 9) 4.00 
Highview Baptist - Michelle Mays (11) 3.96, Jennifer 

Dodd (10)3.75 
Holy Cross (Covington)- LisaAbbott (12)3.76 
Holy Cross (Louisville) - Erica Moore ( 9) 3.83 
Newport Central Catholic- Melissa Rosing (10)3.94 
Notre Dame - Jennifer Walter (11) 3.80, Shelly Dusing 

(10)3.80 
PaulBlazer- Jan Alvey (12)3.76, Amy Lim (11)3.79, 

Christa Carter (10)3.78 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Tonya M. Brown (1 1) 3.95, 

Tammy J. Elder (10)4.00, Christie M. Howlett (10) 

4.00, Amy M.KIinglesmith (10)3.81 
Rowan County - Jennifer Morgan (10) 3.97 
Russell- Amy Smith (12)4.00, Regina Borders (11) 

3.90, Amy Ditty (9)4.30, Stephanie Shaffer (9)4.00 
Southern- Amy Moore (10)3.91, Melissa Burden (12) 

3.97 
Southwest Christian- Kim Garrett (12)4.00, Holly 

Sheilley (11)4.00 
St. Henry- MeleiaDoud (12)3.90, Amy Kremer (12) 

3.81, KasyHuck (10)3.75, Jennifer Vieth (10)4.00 
Villa Madonna- Amy Crawford (9)4.00 
Western - Leigh Ann Brunner (12)3.80 

1988-89 Fall Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 



Honorable Mention 



Boys Cross Country 

Ballard - David Kirkpatrick (10)3.56, Mike Sprano (10) 

3.25, Geoffrey Dendy (11)3.30 
Barren County - Chris Gooden (12) 3.70, Steve 

Wininger (12)3.40, Greg Turner (12)3.41, Larry Lock 

(10)3.33, Jessie Warren (9)3.33 
Bath County- James Craig (12)3.37 
Bellevue- Sean Mortens (11)3.50, Craig Bricking (10) 

3.30, Shannon Haggard (9)3.50 
Berea- Brook Brosi (10)3.33 
Bowling Green - David Trotter (10)3.66, Derek 

Lanham (10)3.30 
Boyd County - Todd Borders (12) 3.25 
Boyle County- Mark Blair (10)3.42 
Christian Academy-Louisville - Brad Frame (11)3.50, 

Dwight Grant (12)3.31 
Covington Catholic - Jeff Cheskie (10) 3.32, Joel Voet 

(10)3.71 
Danville - Mark Hudson (6)3.60, Teague Sims (12)3.40 
Daviess County - Jonathan E. Locher (12) 3.40, 

Michael D. Rousseau (11)3.26 
Dayton - Steve Fleming (10) 3.30, Dennis Maines ( 9) 

3.55, Brian Widener (11)3.40 
Dixie Heights - Jeff Cook (12)3.60 
Eastern- Martin Johnson (12)3.55 
Elizabethtown- ClayFullen (12)3.37, Darryl Bauer 

(11)3.35 
Fort Campbell -James Scott (11)3.40, Jef Scott (11) 

3.60 
Frankfort- Greg Miklavcic (11)3.60 
Franklin County- Fred Sutterlin (12)3.49, Fred 

Sutterlin (12)3.46 
Fulton City -Ashley Duncan (10)3.31, Mark Hamilton 

(10)3.56, Ron Szurgot (11)3.25 
Garrard County - Shane Warren (12)3.50 
Harlan - Arthur Howard (10) 3.64, Seth Spoelman ( 9) 

3.56, Pericles Mauanidias (9)3.68 
Harrison County- Greg Banfield (9)3.67 
Henderson County - Sean Wilder (12)3.65 

Holy Cross (Louisville)- John Robertson (10)3.55, 

Brian Gregory (10)3.53 
Jessamine County- Macy Foree (12)3.64, Patrick 

Todd (11)3.45, David Hamilton (10)3.56 
Johnson Central- Jason Rice (11)3.59, Tom Preston 

(10)3.46 
Lexington Catholic -Quin Gradek (12)3.55, Gary Braz ( 

9) 3.30 
Metcalfe County - Roger Hodge (10) 3.50 
Newport Central Catholic- Brian Jones (12)3.50, 

Wade Smith (11)3.46 
North Hardin - Brian Brooks (11)3.58, Leon Hachat 

(10)3.50 
Pleasure Ridge Park- Michael C. Harris (11)3.50 
Russell- DaveStaley (12)3.30, Steve Raiche (10)3.70 
Somerset- Jon Hardesty (11)3.59 
South Hopkins -Mark Herring (12)3.68 
Southern- Patrick Woulfe (9)3.50 
St. Henry-Steve Ryan (12)3.41, EdSparks (12)3.41, 

TonyBeimesch (10)3.25 
Tates Creek - Brian Okeson (11)3.60, Jack Leech (12) 

3.60, Chris O'Bryan (10)3.66 
Trinity (Louisville) - Gregory Brown (1 1) 3.70, Matthew 

Daly (11)3.40, James Dumstorf (10)3.40, David 

Greenwell (12)3.70, Joseph Hagan (12)3.30, 

Christopher Hazelton (10)3.50, John Heim (12) 

3.40, Kevin Hyde (11)3.30, Robert Reinhart (12) 

3.40, John Ryan (12)3.30, Kevin Sullivan (11)3.30, 

Shawn Van Meter (10) 3.70 
Union - Jason Ainslie (10) 3.66, Chad Dossett (10) 3.50 
Wayne County- Kevin G.Jones (12)3.61 
West Hopkins - Kendall Vickrey (11) 3.54, Chad Lore 

(11)3.63 
Western - Terrance Slemmons (12) 3.26 
Western Hills - Eric Reynolds (12) 3.30, Daryl Stoops 

(10)3.50 
Whitesburg- Jamie Stidham (12)3.40 
Woodford County- Brian Johnson (11)3.71 

Girls Cross Country 

Apollo- Dena Beauchamp (12)3.32, Nicole Lanham 

(11)3.29, Ginger Edwards (11)3.70, Laura McGregor 

(10)3.37 
Assumption - Dora Norton (1 1) 3.69, Rose Devasia (11) 

3.52, Monica Myers (11)3.50, Amy Stef fan (11)3.26, 

Amy Pace (10)3.30 
Barren County - Amy Reece ( 9) 3.33, Seyhan Hunter 

(12)3.41, Michelle Wood (9)3.50 
Bellevue - Trudy Rice ( 9) 3.33, Amy Thomes ( 8) 3.33 
Bowling Green - Jenny Wolfram (10)3.66 



Buckhorn- Cindy Wooton (10)3.40, Angle Combs (12) 

3.30 
Danville - Paula Slown ( 6) 3.50, Tierra Kavanaugh ( 8) 

3.30, Arn Liebachietz (8)3.70 
Dayton - Anna Caruso (10)3.55, Jennifer Johnson (9) 

3.30 
Dixie Heights - Rhonda Bates (10) 3.60, Mindy 

Buchheit (9)3.50 
Eastern - Lori Collins (10)3.25, Mary Moraghan (11) 

3.61, Christa Donofrio (12) 3.27, Tracy Thompson 

(12)3.54 
Elizabethtown - Katurah Ellerman (12)3.64, Missy 

Johnson (12)3.53, Kathleen Lewis (11)3.46 
Fairview - Tiffany Humphrey (1 1) 3.36, Merinda Ramey 

(9)3.25 
Fleming County- Patricia Dowd (12)3.32 
Frankfort- Natalie Gray (10)3.70, Catherine Hancock 

(10) 3.40, Lizzie Lange ( 9) 3.30 
Franklin County- Leslie Sciantarelli (12)3.70, Jennifer 

Briggs (11) 3.45, Lori Wiley (11)3.33 
Fulton City- Brandy Brabham (10)3.40, Rachel 

Lohaus (10)3.68, Melinda Michael (11)3.60, 

Gretchen Sandling (11)3.34 
Harlan - Michelle Orick ( 9) 3.72, Misha Hollingsworth 

( 9) 3.63 

Harrison County- Beth Hutton (10)3.67, Traci Hillman 

(10) 3.33, Christy Callier ( 9) 3.33 
Jeffersontown - Jenny Truax (12) 3.58 
Jessamine County -Tonya Randall (11)3.46, Kristin 

Uorey (9)3.33 

Johnson Central- Kathy Rice (11)3.25 

Laurel County - Laura Daniels ( 9) 3.60 

Lexington Catholic - Helen Seitz (10) 3.25 

Lloyd Memorial - Stacy Crowell (12) 3.60 

Metcalfe County - Jennifer Carter (1 1) 3.60 

North Hardin -Alison Downs (10)3.33, Alison 
Washburn (10)3.33 

Notre Dame - Bridget Bailey (10) 3.50, Gina Casnellie 
(10)3.50, Tare Craven (10)3.50, Cindy Goebel (10) 
3.40, Gina Nienaber (10)3.40, Laura Downton (11) 
3.40, Emily Nordloh (1 1) 3.30, Ida Hitzler (12) 3.30, 
Emily Nordloh (11)3.70, Debbie Kruetzkamp (12) 
3.50, Molly Wehrman (12)3.70, Stephanie Marsh ( 
9)3.40, Anna Mersch ( 9) 3.40, Stephanie Marsh (9) 
3.50, Tare Neltner ( 9) 3.50, Emily Roebel ( 9) 3.30, 
Sharon Yelton (9)3.50 

Rowan County- Kim Martin (10)3.58, Amy Pierce (10) 
3.48, Beth Prince (10)3.43, Tonya Blevin (9)3.50 

Russell -Amy Welsh (10)3.70 

Sacred Heart -Amanda Nett (10)3.61 

Sheldon Clark- Paula Dials (10)3.25, Ida Bowen (10) 
3.33, Linda Slone (10)3.25 

Silver Grove - Sonya Jenkins (1 1) 3.35, Kim Milius (10) 
3.35, Alethea Cummins (9)3.28 

Somerset- Debbie Molden (12)3.50 

South Hopkins- Autumn Bennett (10)3.67 

Southern - Susan Li (10) 3.25 

St. Henry- Jennifer Rusch man (12)3.43, Amy 
Clements (11)3.25, Dawn Butsch (10)3.33 

Whitesburg- Rachel Neace (12)3.70, Lisa Vl/ilcox (11) 
3.30, Kathy Sparks (11)3.50 

Woodford County- Eva Prigge (12)3.53 

Football 

Allen Central - Jamie Hall (12)3.61, Kevin Wallace (10) 
3.67, Anthony Martin (11)3.42 

Anderson County- Mark Peach (12)3.67, Jason Cubert 
(9)3.66, Travis Smith (9)3.66, L.W. Barnes (10) 
3.60, Eric Young (10)3.60, Brian Klink (11)3.55, 
Chris Cornish (12)3.32, Jason Stewart (9)3.30 

Apollo-Greg Risch (12) 3.25, Tad Webb (12)3.52, 
Brad Sutherland (1 1)3.45, Tony Gabbert (10)3.37, 
Nathan Satterly ( 9) 3.50 

Ballard - Vi/illiam Jackson (10)3.50, Joshua Neubauer 
(10)3.60, Grant Bingham (12)3.30, Matthew Cole 
(12)3.30, James Jackson (12)3.30, Allen King (12) 
3.50, Matt Martinez (12)3.50, Adrian Russell (12) 
3.40 

Ballard Memorial - Warren Pittman (10) 3.46 

Barren County- Brian Morrison (12)3.50, Chris 
Hammer (12)3.40 

Bath County - Shawn Tolle (1 1) 3.70, Jim Bowling (1 1) 
3.70, Brian Bowling (12)3.60, Sam Parks (12)3.40, 
GayShrout (1 1) 3.40, Scott Smathers (12)3.30 

Beechwood- Scott Robertson (12)3.73, David 
Brossart (12)3.44, Jeoff Gabbard (12)3.43, Chad 
Merse (12)3.29, Jamie Caudill (12)3.25, Mike 
Cardosi (12)3.25, Jason Krohman (11)3.63, Bob 
Lee (11)3.34, Jeff Middendorf (11)3.25 

Bellevue- DougLeoPolo (12)3.60, David Miller (12) 
3.50, MikeTolin (12)3.30, Ron Swope (10)3.25 

Bourbon County - Mark Manual (12) 3.32, Eric Tookey 
( 9) 3.60, Dale Richardson (12) 3.35, Eric Cowley (1 1) 
3.40 



Bowling Green - Ed Whittle (12)3.56, Paul Lawless 
(12)3.39, Chris Cohron (12)3.36, Breck Largen (11) 
3.68, Chuck Wolfeman (11)3.70, Scott Safford (11) 
3.72, Steve Lagermann (11)3.37, Bart Cobb (10) 
3.53, Lee Mouser (10)3.60, Jonathan Mobley (10) 
3.30, Scott Gaines (10) 3.30, George Clark (1 1) 3.66 

Boyd County- Jeffrey Gee (12)3.25, Michael Bryant 
(10)3.50, Steven Wilson (10)3.50, Gregory White 
(10)3.47 

Boyle County- Eric Bow (11)3.47, Andy Hinsch (11) 

3.29, Jody Holland (12)3.30, John Renner (10)3.33 
Breckinridge County- Raymond Critchelow (11)3.58, 

Daniel Franklin (12)3.25 
Bryan Station - Anthony Stamper (10) 3.60, Brian 

Collard (10)3.50, Pat Johnson (11)3.30, Brian Crum 

(10)3.30 
Bullitt East -Timothy Calvert (12)3.57, Marcus 

Laytham (12)3.53, Angela Vincent (12)3.56, Mindy 

Stump (12)3.53, CherylAsh (10)3.25 
Campbeilsville- Christopher Kidwell (12)3.67 
Cawood - Chris Harris (10)3.30, Ricky Lambert (10) 

3.30, Dondi Noah (12)3.50, Danny Saylor (10)3.60, 
Jimmy Gilpin (10)3.70 

Christian County- Robert D. Bush (12)3.58, Todd Ray 
Durham (12)3.48, Edward H. Higgins IV (12)3.43, 
Ted C. Presley (12)3.32 

Covington Catholic- Jason Baute (12)3.55, Dana 
Granger (12)3.74, Paul HIadon (12)3.73, Daniel Ruh 
(12)3.32, David Meier (1 1) 3.32, Scott Spirey (12) 

3.28, Jim Danneman (10)3.74, Nate Roedig (10) 
3.65, Matt Stedman (10) 3.65, Bill Unkraut (10) 3.62, 
Jeff Rensing (10)3.57, Dan Flesch (10)3.40, Pete 
Wischer (10)3.29 

Cumberland -Kenneth Scott (12)3.31 

Danville- Chris Mancin (10)3.25, Roger Tully (11)3.40, 

Mike Webb (9)3.30, Jon Bailey (12)3.50, Pat 

McClure (9)3.50 
Daviess County- Chadwick D. Clayton (11)3.34, 

Nathan A. DeGraaf (11)3.30, Robert H. Harrington 

(10)3.44, Matt Mueller (11)3.50 
Dayton -Fred Johnson (11)3.40, RobKeifer (11)3.60, 

Jeff Dodd (9)3.40 
Dixie Heights- Ryan Cruse (9)3.30, Todd Guenther 

(11)3.40, Gannon Craig (12)3.40, Rob Holt (12)3.40, 

Todd Nolan (12)3.60, Darin Surrey (12)3.40 
Edmonson County- Bobby Brooks ( 9) 3.63, Terry 

Alexander (11)3.34, Mike V\/ilson (9) 3.27, Tom 

Vincent (12)3.26, Joe Wilson (12)3.25 
Elizabethtown - Jimmy Burks (1 2) 3.42, Eric 

Schwamberger (12)3.39, ZebWeese (12)3.57, Matt 

Naas (11)3.44, Greg Coyle (10)3.34, Brad Nail (10) 

3.58 
Elkhorn City- Bill Whetsel (12)3.39, Scott Sykes (11) 

3.29, Chris Rose (1 1) 3.58, Mark Aragon (10) 3.42 
Eminence- Mike Hayes (11)3.70, Anthony Lucas (10) 

3.31 
Fairview - Scott Mclntyre (12)3.58, Cameron Holbrook 

(1 1) 3.66, Greg Graham (1 1) 3.29, Bruce Morrison 

(10)3.62 
Fleming-Neon- Ben McCray (11)3.49, Jimmy 

Breelines (12)3.65, David Rose (12)3.25, Joseph 

Wright (11)3.62 
Fort Campbell - Terry Moore (12) 3.50, Chuck Bailey 

(12)3.40, Kevin Phelps (10)3.30, Matt Gillies (11) 

3.60, Sean Stewart (1 1) 3.30, Scott Love (1 1) 3.60 
Franklin County - Paul Cobb (11) 3.47 
Garrard County -Rob Naylor (12) 3.73, Greg Warren 

(12)3.62 
Greenup County- Tim Mynes (10)3.70, Matt Baker 

(10)3.38, Brian Nolen (12)3.30 
Harlan -Steve Bryson (12)3.47, Hunter Payne (12) 

3.27, Lance Burch (12)3.55, Ken Stephens (11)3.56, 

Garry Crossland (10)3.56, Jeremy Shape (9)3.33 
Henderson County- Jeff Reese (12)3.55 
Henry County- Eddie Mahoney (12)3.71, Lowell 

Watson (12)3.69 
Holy Cross (Louisville)- Ralph Maines (12)3.52, Steve 

Leon (11)3.44, Craig Tate (11)3.36, Glenn Brewer 

(11)3.25 
Jenkins- Michael Cassell (11)3.25, Johnny Williams ( 

9) 3.58 
Jessamine County- Nathan Wilson (12)3.34, Jimmy 

Beckett (12)3.33 
JohnsCreek- John Varney (12)3.47, Heath Edmonds 

(12)3.29 
Johnson Central- Joey Hill (12)3.65, David Russell 

(11)3.35, Chris Casey (10)3.40, Troy Taylor (10) 

3.40 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf -Shane Hodge (10)3.56, 

Isaac Harris (10)3.30 
Laurel County- Eric Mullins (10) 3.63, Curtis O'Bannon 

(10)3.73, Bryan Walker (10)3.27, Jep Irwin (11)3.71, 

Steve Johnson (11)3.33, Jason Ward (11)3.41 



Lloyd Memorial - Greg Hudson (12) 3.30, Devjn 

Pinkelton (12)3.25, Chad Bilz (12)3.40, Brad Gover 
(11)3.30 

M.C. Napier- Marcus Stollings (12)3.66, Larry Begley 

( 9) 3.66 

Madisonville-North Hopkins- Jeff Bean (12)3.50, Ray 
Clark (12)3.26, David Dixon (11)3.25, Scott Mason 
(11)3.33, Patricia Siria (11)3.50, Eric Tandy (11) 

3.29, Scott Davis (10)3.67 

Mason County - William Blevins (12) 3.50, Justin Dean 
(12)3.50, Brian McDowell (11)3.50, Ashley Cline (9) 
3.60 

Mayfield- Bill Erwin (12)3.63, ScottThorpe (12)3.58, 
William Yarber (12)3.27, Beau Brown (11)3.54, 
Ryan King (11)3.58, Todd Cartwright (10)3.58, 
Shannon Powers (10)3.50, Clay Weisenberger (10) 
3.50 

McLean County- Brock Bowman (12)3.29, David 
Burden (11)3.31, Chris Cook (10)3.33, Lonnie 
McElwarth (10)3.55, Jason Christian (9)3.50 

Meade County- John Odum (12)3.57, J. Thompson 

(10) 3.50, Alan Beard (12)3.46, Craig Smith (12)3.38, 
Jason Sutton (10)3.33, Billy Edmonds (11)3.31 

Mercer County - Chris Slone (1 1) 3.30 

Metcalfe County - Jonathan Perkins (10) 3.50, Joey 

Shine (10)3.40 
Murray- Lance Balmer (12)3.50, Bart Crum (10)3.60 
Newport- Rodney Oilier (10)3.60, Tony Vires (10)3.40 
Newport Central Catholic- Mike Borchers (12)3.38, 

Eric Moore (12) 3.40, Jeff Neises (12)3.30, Glenn 

Meyers (12)3.50, Tom Boberg (10)3.47, Matt 

Blankenship (10)3.37, Jeff Wagen lander (10)3.41 
North Bullitt- James Wendler (12)3.41, Jeff 

McCubbin (11)3.66, Troy Jackson (10)3.33, Pat 

Diener (10)3.50 
Paducah Tilghman- Casey Allen (11)3.60, Brian Shell 

(11)3.50, Steve McGinty (12)3.60, John Owens (12) 

3.60, Brett Williams (11)3.50 
Paris- John Weaver (12)3.72, Brett Klyza (9)3.33 
Paul Blazer- Stuart Hackworth (10)3.64, David Brown 

(10)3.50, Jerry Keating (11)3.50, Steve Dunley (12) 

3.30, MattNeuback (10)3.40 

Pleasure Ridge Park - Michale R. Leslie (12)3.42, Kevin 
D. Reichmuta (11)3.33, John B.Wolff (11)3.37 

Rowan County- Jim Allen (12)3.70, Kelly Wells (11) 
3.46 

Russell- Randy Howell (12)3.60, Cal Leavitt (12)3.50, 
Brian Goodyear (11)3.50, Andrew Lang (11)3.60, 
Steve Vallance (11)3.50, Charles Blair (10)3.30, 
Sam Frazier ( 9) 3.50, Philip Cassity ( 9) 3.40, Marty 
Conley ( 9) 3.30, Spencer Blanchard ( 9) 3.60, P.J. 
Daniels ( 9) 3.30, Shane Peffer ( 9) 3.50, Brandon 
Curry ( 9) 3.50, Rob Hewlett ( 9) 3.50 

Russellville- Travis Varble (10)3.50, Chris Staton (10) 
3.50, Robertlmlay (10)3.50, Larry Johnson (10) 
3.50, Michael Storms (10)3.50, Chris Washington 
(11)3.50, Jeff Holt (12) 3.50, Todd Hammerstone 
(12)3.50, Wes Hardin (10)3.25, John Markham (12) 
3.25, Brad Brown (12)3.25 

Shelby County -Tom Thompson (12)3.72, Chris 
Chanda (12)3.70, Eric Sutherland (12)3.30 

Sheldon Clark- David Hanner (12)3.52, Gary Michael 
Cain (12)3.33 

Somerset- John Wallace (12)3.65, Brad Harris (12) 
3.36, Toby Durham (12)3.55, Brook Massey (12) 
3.74, Mark Eldridge (12)3.53, Jeff Jasper (12)3.73, 
Chris Neikirk (12)3.45 

Southern - Robert Edwards (11)3.66 

Trinity (Louisville)- Richard Boeckmann (10)3.30, 
Joseph Demling (12)3.50, Keith Durbin (11)3.30, 
Manuel Francia (11)3.50, Matthew Haaf (12)3.40, 
Michael Hinton (12)3.30, Brian Hoehler (12)3.40, 
Brent Holsclaw (12) 3.40, John Hudson (12) 3.70, 
Jason Jewell (12)3.30, Valentino Johnson (10)3.30, 
Jason Kendrick (11)3.50, Andrew Maynor (12)3.40, 
James Meyers (12) 3.30, David Norris (11)3.70, 
Scott Reifschneider (12)3.30, James Roberts (10) 
3.40, Jesse Ryan (11)3.40, Gregory Shuck (12)3.30, 
Michael Siegel (12)3.70, Leon Smith (10)3.40, 
Christopher Stratman (11)3.40, Wrison Tapp (12) 
3.40, Sean Taylor (12)3.40, Brian Texas (12)3.50, 
Richard Zabel (12)3.50 

Union County- Michael Wedding (10)3.66, Thomas 
Casey Woodring (11)3.54, Douglas Hooper (11) 
3.54 

Wayne County- Mark Weaver (12)3.69, Jonathan 
Jones (10) 3.S8,ShBridan Wright (10)3.25, Mylan 
Wright (9)3.41 

Western Hills - Daniel Bowker (10) 3.66, Justin Marriot 
(11)3.47 

Whitesburg-Wil Bledsoe (12)3.40, Dale Thomas (12) 
3.25, Toby Maggard (12)3.25, Roger Mason (12) 
3.25, Mike Frazier (12) 3.30, Keith Rose (12) 3.25, 
Charles Matthews (12)3.25, James Brown (10)3.25 



Woodford County- Jeff Trowbridge (12)3.42, Darrin 
Wilson (10)3.67, David Richardson (10)3.58, Aaron 
Fletcher (10)3.25 

Soccer 

Anderson County- Frank Weiss (12)3.66, Chad 

Wo mack (9)3.66 
Apollo - David Terry (12)3.25, LandyTownsend (11) 

3.45 
Ballard -Greg Wilson (10)3.45, Andrew Cole (11)3.70, 

Stuart Schram (12)3.40, Stephen Wilier (12)3.40 
Berea- Bunky Harkleroad (12)3.31, Brenden Pierce 

(11)3.67, Peter Willis (11)3.67 
Bourbon County- Elliot Hutchcraft (10)3.50, James 

Pibble (12)3.40, Joe Pribble (10)3.35, Brent 

Spaulding (10)3.50, Joe Adkinson (12)3.40 
Boyd County - Vonnie Virgin (12) 3.53, Donald Prater 

(12) 3.36, Eric Smith ( 9) 3.42 
Boyle County- Brent Williams (12)3.50, Kevin Jasper 

(12)3.27, Mike Voss (12)3.69 
Bryan Station - Siku Emery (12)3.50, John Ridgley 

(10)3.60, Marcus Taylor (9)3.30, Martin Ridgley (12) 

3.25 
Conner -Scott Ten Hagen (12)3.61 
Covington Catholic- Mark Exterkamp (11)3.57, Tim 

Lange (1 1) 3.50, Steve Langguth (11)3.62, Dan 

O'Hara (1 1) 3.25, Michael Rohmiller (1 1) 3.28, 

Patrick Summe (10)3.61, Brady Scanlon (10)3.50, 

Jay Fangman (10)3.50 
Danville- Jacques Brosseau (12)3.64, Jim Cody (12) 

3.42, Tip Gentry (12) 3.67, Mike Goodwin (12)3.56, 

TeagueSims (12) 3.36, Matt Shelby (11)3.67, Mark 

Walls (10)3.50, Hansen Rada (9)3.50, Cole Condra 

(9)3.70, John Lenn (9)3.70 
Dixie Heights -Scott Johnson (12)3.60, David 

Stepner (12)3.40, Patrick Abel (11)3.40, 

Christopher Crone ( 9)3.50, Patrick Gerak (9)3.50, 

Matt Storer ( 9) 3.60 
Eastern - Russ Colby (12)3.30, Kenny Hiipp (12)3.72, 

GregSekelsky (12) 3.52, Tim Sussman (12)3.64, 

Seth Weaver (10) 3.25, Taylor Wood (10)3.65 
Elizabethtown -Alex Shearer (11)3.35, Jon Simpson ( 

9)3.66, Jeremy Smith (9)3.66 
Fort Campbell- Keith Corely (10)3.50, Robin 

Fetterman (11)3.60, Mario Olivo (9)3.50, John 

Raby (10)3.50, Nick Skrodski (9)3.30, Davie Wright 

(10)3.50 
Frankfort- Greg Miklavic (11)3.60, Lori Armstrong (9) 

3.50, Donna Clark (9)3.50, Nathan Rome (10)3.50, 

David Gray (12)3.50 
Franklin County- David Samani (12)3.57, Chris 

Bradshaw (12)3.59, Chris Bradshaw (12)3.57, 

RobertFaesy (11) 3.61, Jonathan Wilson (10)3.41 
George Rogers Clark - Brian Tyler (12) 3.55, Jason 

Eades (11)3.58, Richard Monohan (11)3.64, 

Shannon Oldfield (1 1) 3.34, Randy Stone (1 1) 3.30, 

Chris Wells (1 1) 3.57, Jeremy Hopper ( 9) 3.30 
Harrison County-Tim Letcher (12)3.66 
Henderson County- Scott Crafton (11)3.66, John 

Finley (10)3.66, Steve Brown (12)3.50, Steven 

Wawrin (10)3.50, Josh Weiland (9)3.50 
Holy Cross (Covington) -Mike Durstock (12)3.68, 

Jason Bosley (12) 3.47, Kellie Schild (12) 3.46, 

Tammy Fessler (11)3.57, Jackie Humphrey (11) 

3.36, Wendy Bosley (10)3.59, Doug Goetz (10)3.59, 

Dawn Franzen (10) 3.58 
Jessamine County- Eric Maisbrook (11)3.37, David 

Searls (11)3.57, Jeff Hall (10)3.46, Steve Behknke 

(12)3.43, Wayne Warren (12)3.41 
Laurel County- Chris Hibbard (11)3.35 
Lexington Catholic- Mike Nemecek (11)3.70, John 

Bruser (12)3.60, Brian Smith (10)3.60, Brian 

Mattone (12)3.50, Russ Kaelin (11)3.40 
Lloyd Memorial -Mike Gover (12) 3.25, Jeff Jaehnen 

(12)3.40, Jeremy Bartley (10)3.30 
Louisville Collegiate- Peter Butler (11)3.66, Chris Wan 

(12) 3.37, Matt Hunt ( 9) 3.66, Tyler Newby ( 9) 3.54, 

Robert Clark (10)3.27, Doug White (10)3.74, Martin 

Zurada (10)3.36 
Madisonville-North Hopkins- Jeff Bean (12)3.50, 

Matt Bowling (12)3.58, Jackie Cornette (12)3.67, 

KentPyle (12)3.64, Andy Segebarth (12)3.50 
Mason County- Justin Horch (12)3.50, Shane Mitchell 

(12)3.50 
Newport Central Catholic- Jim Krohmer (12)3.57, Jay 

Calme (11)3.33, Anthony Brandenburger (10)3.64 
North Hardin- John F. Senninger (12)3.70, Ernest 

Daniel Clift (11) 3.58, William Scott Dyson (11)3.30 
Paducah Tilghman - Michael Ward (12) 3.60, V/ill Black 

(9)3.70, Adam Beth (10)3.50, Allen Burch (10)3.50, 

Yung Duong (9)3.50 
Paris- Eddie Pike (12)3.36 
Paul Blazer- John Rice (10)3.35, Matt Hall (11)3.26, 

Shawn Wilson (11)3.50 



Pleasure Ridge Park - Samuel D. Adams (12)3.28, 

David R. King (12)3.42, Terrance A. Penick (11)3.62 
Rowan County - Matt Baldwin (10) 3.73, Nathan Tingle 

(9)3.57, Les Meade (10)3.55, Randell Purintan (12) 

3.42, Lorhn Frajier (12)3.31 
Russell- Brent Feme (12)3.30, Anthony Bagnoli (10) 

3.60, John Duke (10)3.70, Kristi Beatty (9)3.50, 

ErIcArp ( 9) 3.60, Matt Ross (9)3.50 
Russellville - Mike Wilson (12)3.50, Mike Inman (12) 

3.50, Bryan Blick (11)3.50, Huston Lawson (11) 

3.50, Scott Storms (9)3.50, Brent Luckett (12)3.25, 

Steven Netherland (10)3.25 
Shelby County- Matt Chandler (12)3.28 
Somerset- Lucas Hall (12)3.60, Phillip Mauney (12) 

3.60, Karen Peterson (12)3.50, Shannon Thompson 

(12)3.35, Jason Bentley (11)3.27 
Southern -Lee Jones (11)3.33, Billy Ellis (12)3.25, 

Darren Stowers ( 9) 3.66 
Southwest Christian - David Reed (12)3.43, Dirk 

Zwitzers (12)3.57, Jason Bobb (11)3.71, Louis 

Church (11)3.43 
St. Camillus- Robbie Martin (11)3.60, Tom Daniel (10) 

3.60, RobertTaylor (12)3.50, Eric Martin (10)3.30, 

Chad Jackson (11)3.30, Eric Martin (10)3.50 
St. Henry - Tony Foltz ( 9) 3.25 
Tates Creek - Adam Cron ( 9) 3.66 
Trinity (Louisville)- William Clements (12)3.30, Keefe 

Douglas (11)3.50, David Mellinger (11)3.50, Kevin 

O'Daniel (11)3.40, Brett Pfeiffer (12)3.50, Brian 

Richardson (11)3.70, John Spellman (11)3.70 
Villa Madonna - Amy Stuarousky (11) 3.70 
Woodford County -Wallace Davis (12)3.67, Sam Rock 

(12)3.58, Richard Gatewood (12)3.31, Jay Kennedy 

(11)3.63, Cole Evans (11)3.50, Mike Fleener (10) 

3.42 

Volleyball 

Assumption- Missy Schreck (12)3.55, Tiffany Cebe 

(12)3.27, Becky Meadows (10)3.62 
Ballard- Julie McCan (12)3.40, Cava Riley (11)3.40 
Bellevue - Jenny Swope (12) 3.60 
Christian Academy-Louisville - Amy Bell (1 1) 3.71 , 

Paula Longest (10)3.66, Carrie Montgomery (9) 

3.37, Diana Goranflo (9)3.28 
Dayton -Mary Campbell (11)3.25, Cari Downs (11) 

3.55, Tara Tucker (10)3.40, Leslie Hundemer (10) 

3.60 
Dixie Heights- NIki Shah (10)3.30, Jenna Broeg (9) 

3.50, Suzy Grayson (9)3.50 
Eastern - Tracey Trawell (1 1) 3.42, Jennifer Slaughter 

(11)3.63 
Highview Baptist- Buffie Blanford (12)3.36, Bufie 

Blanford (12)3.63, Buffie Blanford (12) 3.63, Tara 

Shemo (10)3.70 
Holy Cross (Covington)- Melanie Chisenhall (12)3.58 
Holy Cross (Louisville) -Janet Ryan (12)3.44, Jennifer 

Nunn (12)3.28, Ainsley Grimes (9)3.66 
Jeffersontown - Rosemary Ruckreigel (12)3.29 
Lloyd Memorial- Donna Bohl (10)3.60, Chris Brandon 

(12)3.30 
Newport Central Catholic- Rebecca Ahlbrand (12) 

3.53, Pam Freppon (12)3.30, Shawna Gastright (12) 

3.66, Christy Robinson (12)3.27, Becky Robinson 

(11)3.34, Heather Shay (11)3.37, Amy Elsbernd (10) 

3.43 
Notre Dame - Jenny Bessler (12) 3.50, Anne Donovan 

(12)3.50, Jenny Geraci (11)3.60, Molly McDermott 

(11)3.70, TracieTomlinson (11)3.70, Michelle 

McElroy (10)3.60, Krista Robinson (10)3.50, Erin 

Dineen (9)3.60 
Paul Blazer - Tracey Bibb (10) 3.64 
Pleasure Ridge Park -Shannon R. Hopewell (10)3.58. 

Julie A. Luttrell (10)3.58 
Rowan County- Amy Pierce (10)3.48, Beth Prince (10) 

3.43 
Russell- Julie Allen (12)3.60, Holly Kendall (12)3.40, 

Kendra Blanton (10)3.50, Angle Cross (10)3.60, 

Glenda Easterling (10)3.60, Amy Dunaway (9)3.60 
Sacred Heart- Anrea Armento (12)3.36, Diana 

Strothman (12)3.50 
Southern- Danielle Burden (10)3.25, Michelle Burden 

(11)3.29, Stephanie Metzmeier (12)3.30 
Southwest Christian - Kim Broussard (12) 3.43, Lori 

Overfelt (11)3.33 
St. Henry- Christi Millay (12)3.50, Laura Sheridan (12) 

3.57, Amy Brockman (10) 3.25, Kristin Pulsfort ( 9) 

3.33, Sherry Younger (9)3.57 
Villa Madonna- Beth Rechtin (12)3.70, Lisa Prewitt 

(12)3.50, Diana Weber (12)3.40, Rachel Noll (11) 

3.40 
Western -Stephanie Carter (12)3.51, Melissa Curl (12) 

3.25, Angela Thompson (10)3.66 



1988-89 Winter Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 

First Team 

Boys Basketball 

Ballard Memorial - Craig Turner (1 1) 3.94 

Barren County- Steven Ragle II (11)4.00 

Bath County- Kevin Roberts (12)4.00 

Beechwood- Jason Keith (11)4.00, Brad Blettner (11) 

4.00, Craig Wilmhoff (9)4.00, Joey Johnson (9) 

4.00 
Berea- Thomas Johnson (11)4.00, Nathan Boyce (10) 

4.00, Rob Nonnery (12)3.97 
Bourbon County - Clint Richardson (10) 3.85, Tom Witt 

(10)3.80 
Breckinridge County- Darren Taul (12)3.83, Alan Frank 

(10)4.00 
Campbell County - Greg Baker ( 9) 3.75 
Campbellsville- Brian Gossage (12)3.95, Damon Coyle 

(11)4.00 
Caverna - Jay Crews (12) 3.77 
Clinton County - Bill Warlnner (11) 3.98 
Cordia- Scott W/illiams (11)4.00, Steve Melton (11) 

4.00, Shawn Stanley (10)3.80 
Covington Catholic -Tom Shumate (12)3.80, Mike 

Dacey (11) 4.00, Justin Kruer (1 1) 4.00, Brian 

Leonhard (11)3.90, Brian V^lliams (11)4.00 
Cumberland- Rodney Jackson (11)3.90 
Dayton - Bear Bradshaw (10) 3.89 
Edmonson County- Eric Potter (10)4.00, Neal Booker 

(10)3.94, Junior Rajewich (10)3.83 
Estill County- Jason Brandenburg (11)3.75 
Fleming County- Chip Hamm (11)4.10 
Fleming-Neon - Gerald Vanover (10)4.00, Rodderick 

Craft ( 9) 4.00 
Frankfort - Paul Looney (10) 3.90 
Frederick Fraize- David Hamilton (10)4.00 
George Rogers Clark - Robbie Fulks (11)3.96, Jason 

Jones (11)3.97, Chris McCoy (11)3.80 
Greenup County - Vince Jordan (12)3.88, Brent 

Maggard (12)4.63, Chris Plummer (10)3.98 
Greenville- William Ham (10)3.80 
Henderson County- Brian Owen (10)3.83 
Holy Cross (Covington)- PaulLoheide (11)3.96 
Holy Cross (Louisville)- Brent A. Mayer (11)4.00 
Jessamine County -Mike Bibb (12)3.76 
Johns Creek- Doug Blackburn (9)4.00 
Johnson Central- Craig DeLong (12)3.89 
Kentucky School f /t Deaf - Isaac Harris (1 0) 3.75 
Lexington Catholic- Todd Brann (10)3.90 
Ludlow- Tony Bucher (12)3.75, Joe Christofield (10) 

3.75 
Lyon County - Tanner Nichols (1 1) 4.00 
M.C.Napier- Jody Allen (10)4.00, Donnie Stacy (10) 

4.00, Jeff Campbell (9)3.80 
Marshall County- Aaron Beth (11)4.00, Michael 

Langhi (12)3.87 
McDowell -Stacy Hall (10)4.00 
Mercer County- Keith Graham (12)4.00 
Metcalfe County- Chris Huffman (11)4.00 
Middlesboro - Jeff Garland (1 1) 3.80, Newt McGeorge 

(9)4.00 
Model- Joel Howard (12)3.80 
Murray- Willis Cheaney (10)3.75, Chris Dill (10)3.80, 

Scott Gordon (11)4.00, Randy Hansen (11)3.90, 

Bruce Thurmond (12)4.00 
Newport Central Catholic- Matt Queen (12)3.90, Mike 

Rune (12) 3.80, Mark Doller (10) 3.90, Matt Mann 

(10)3.80 
Paris- LeShun Steward (10)3.89 
Paul Blazer- Don Payne (10)3.95, Nathan Kirk (9)4.00, 

David Green (9)3.86 
Rowan County- Chris Martin (10)3.97, Billy Spears 

(10)3.75 
Russell- Eph Woods (12)4.00, Lance Shoulders (12) 

4.00, Tom May (1 1) 3.80, Alan Lang (10) 3.80, Mark 

Crider (10)3.90 
Russellville - Bobby Blackford (12)4.00, Andy Britt 

(10)4.00 
Scott- Bryce Farrar (11)3.93 
Silver Grove - Terry Leap ( 9) 3.85 
Somerset- Randy Spaw (12)4.00, Greg Judy (10)4.00 
Tates Creek- David Melcher (11)4.66, Darris Horn 

(10)4.16, Chris O'Bryan (10)3.75 
Tollesboro - Robin Applegate (11)3.88, Chris Harrison 

(10)4.00, Brian Spenca (10)4.00, MattSUnfield (10) 

3.80 
Trinity (Louisville)- Jeffrey Brohm (12)3.90 
Union County - Mark Jorgensen (10) 3.77 



Warren East - Jeff Vanarsdale (10)4.00 

West Hopkins - Joey Farmer (12)4.00, Scott Gibson 

(12)3.80, Michael Lewis ( 9) 4.00, Marty Trayloe (9) 

4.00, Marty Trayler (9)4.00 
Western Hills -Andrew Parker (10)3.83 
Wolfe County -Scotty Lacy (11)4.00, Chad Rudd (9) 

3.75 
Woodford County- John Powers (11)3.75, Todd 

Henry (11)3.79, Mark Prigge (10)4.00 

Boys Swimming 

Beechwood- Kelly Everman (12)4.23 
Covington Catholic - Scott Kleman (1 2) 3.95, Dave 

Bresser (11)3.79 
Eastern- Anthony So (12)3.97, Stephen So (9)4.00 
Henderson County - Mike Brown (1 1) 4.00, Scott 

Logan (11)4.00, Chris McClellan (11)4.00, John 

Kolb (11)3.83 
Highlands- Eddie Meier (11)3.85 
Model - Hector Momparler (11) 3.80, John Dewey ( 9) 

4.00 
Newport Central Catholic- RickLehmkvhl (10)3.80 
Tates Creek- John Boyd (9)4.20, Bo Bunnell (10) 

4.66, Stephen Chan (10)5.00, Mike Mattingly (10) 

3.91 
Woodford County- William Robinson (12)3.95, Will 

Foley (11)3.93 

Girls Basketball 

Anderson County - LaStacia Hahn (12) 3.97, 

Marguerite Shouse (12)3.81 
Apollo - Angle Taylor (12)3.80 
Ballard - Tanya Clay (10)3.96, Amy Dodrill (10)3.88 
Ballard Memorial- Sarah Miller (10)4.00, Jill Cooper 

(11)3.88 
Barren County- Melanie Matthews (12)3.80, Lee Ann 

Smith (12)3.82, Jama Peden (10)4.00, Amy Wood 

(10)4.00 
Bath County- Sandra Caudill (12)4.00, Tamela 

Goodpaster (12)4.00, Shawna Toy (10)4.00, 

Stephanie Am burgy (10) 3.83, Celia Oldfield (11) 

3.75 
Beechwood - Stephanie Sims (11)4.10, Heather 

Henry (9)4.00 
Berea - Kim Hudson (12)4.00, Missy Suder (12)4.00, 

Sara Catron (11)4.00, Kara Stinebreakner (11)3.83, 

Valerie Botkin (10) 3.83, Laura Harrison (9)4.00 
Bourbon County- Kristi Brooks (12)4.00, Wendy 

Rankin (12)3.80 
Boyle County - Kelly Sullivan (12)4.02, Kim Kitchen 

(10)3.90 
Bryan Station - Charolette Mathisen (12) 3.80, Teresa 

Pearl (11)4.00 
Camp bell County - Sondra Craig ( 9) 4.00 
Cawood - Stacey Noe (12)3.90, Angela Baltimore (12) 

3.80, Malissa Sergent (12)3.80, Bridget Long (11) 

3.76, Tonja Cox (10)4.00 
Clinton County- Lisa Abbott (11)3.78 
Dayton - Jenny Schweitzer (11)4.00, Barb Bolton (9) 

3.83 
Edmonson County- Missy Johnson (9)4.00, Erin 

Childress (9)3.83 
Estill County - Jan Thacker (12) 3.92, Kim Barnes (10) 

4.14 
Fleming-Neon - Tef f ini Jones (12) 3.77, Jennifer Vance 

(11)4.00, Beth Kincer (11)4.00, Jessica Wright (10) 

4.00 
Frankfort - Karen Crabtree (12)4.00, Casey Dutton (12) 

4.00, Anne Wiley (1 1) 4.00, Carrie Barber ( 9) 3.90 
Franklin County- Sara Caton (1 1) 3.80 
Franklin-Simpson - Diedre Denise Dean (12)3.85, 

Tracy Smith (12)3.75 
Fulton City- Bridget Homra (10)4.00 
George Rogers Clark- Amy Wilson (12)4.31, Alicia 

Rainey (12)4.19, Tiffany Moore (11)4.03, Maisha 

Thomas (10)3.78 
Greenup County- Billie Boyle (12)4.02, Polly Riggs 

(12)4.30, Michelle Boggs (11)3.98, Ann Dickens (10) 

4.12, Kim Sizemore (10)3.94 
Greenville - Tammy Kindrick (11)3.90 
Highlands- Katina Sarakatsannis (12)3.75 
Holy Cross (Covington) -Jackie Galbaugh (10)4.00 
Holy Cross (Louisville) - Kristina Meiman (10) 3.83 
Jeffersontown -Ann Harpenau (10)4.00 
Jessamine County - Susan Woolums (12)4.00 
Johns Creek- Amy Johnson (9)4.00 
Johnson Central-Susan Roberts (10)3.86 
Lexington Catholic- LizzKnapp (12)4.00, Kelly Hardy 

(12)4.00, Karen Kettover (11)3.90 
Louisville Collegiate- Elizabeth Chandler (12)3.96 
Lyon County- Deanna Smith (12)3.90, Carol Williams 

(11)3.85 



Marshall County- Crissy Atkerson (12)3.95, Kristle 

Walker (12)3.90, Lucinda Orown (10)3.88 
McDowell - Kristina Bevins (12) 3.87 
Mercer County- Ashley Gash (12)3.96, Bridget 

Chilton (10)3.76 
Metcalfe County- Tammy Morgan (11)4.00, Robin 

McMurtrey (12)3.90, Jennifer Carter (11)3.80, 

Leslie Huffman (9)4.00, Tammy BIythe (9)3.80 
Middlesboro - Jessica Stallard (11)3.80, Ruthy 

Woodring (10)3.90, Lisa Green (10)4.00 
Model- Bethany Lawson (11)3.80, Ashley Koger (10) 

3.83, Stacy Hickerson (10)3.86, Jill Davis (9)3.80 
Murray- Jennifer Fairbanks (10)3.90 
Newport Central Catholic - Melissa Rosing (10)3.90 
North Bullitt- Jennifer Driskell (11)3.82, Terri Hall (11) 

3.88, Julie Neighbors (11)3.76, Ami Thorne (12) 

4.00, Jennifer Wallace (11)4.00 
Notre Dame- Julie Rosesel (12)3.90 
Paducah Tilghman - Kerrie Peck (12) 3.80 
Paris - Lynne Casebier (11)3.92, Julie Cole (10)4.00, 

Yolonda Brack (10)3.94, Mia Gaines (10)3.78 
Paul Blazer- Tina Adkins (10)3.95, Shauna Dowdy (9) 

3.93, Stefanie Shepherd ( 9) 3.93, Stary Frane (9) 

3.79 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Christie Hewlett (10) 3.83 
Raceland - Melissa Melvin (12)3.84, Dawn Powell (9) 

3.89 
Rowan County- Shannon Gallaher (11)3.98 
Russell -Amy Smith (12)3.75, Regina Borders (11) 

4.00, Melissa Simms (11)3.80, MandyStovall (10) 

3.80, Amy Dunaway ( 9) 3.76, Amy Ditty ( 9) 3.80 
Russellville- Amber Mcintosh (12)4.00, Andrea Hunt 

(11)4.00, Hollie Mcintosh (10)4.00 
Scott- Jenny Macke (10)3.90 
Sheldon Clark- Norma Ann Bowen (9)4.00, Jennie 

Kirk (9)4.00 
Silver Grove- Debbie Stiles (10)4.00, Scnya Jenkins 

(11)4.00 
Somerset - Maquel Turner (1 1) 3.92 
Southern- Amy Moore (10)3.88, Melissa Burden (12) 

3.97 
Tates Creek - Cindy Marcukaitis (1 1) 4.60, Helve 

Shalash (11)4.50, Stacy Lutz (12)3.80, Carman 

Westerfield (10)3.80 
Trinity (Whitesville) - Julie Coomes (12) 3.90, Tracy 

Ward (12)3.80, Laura O'Bryan (11)3.90, Tamara 

Sandefur (11) 3.86, Tina Ward (10)3.78, Amy Mills ( 

9) 3.83 
Union County - June White ( 9) 4.00, Stacie Banks (1 1) 

3.86 
Warren East- Angle Anderson (11)3.94, Amy Whitley 

(10)4.00, Leann Grimes (10)3.90, Leann Pearson 

(12)3.76 
West Hopkins- Teryl Tucker (12)4.00, Carey Tedder 

(10)3.88, Melissa Morgan (9)4.00, Cheri Canade (9) 

4.00 
Western Hills - Brandi Jones (10) 3.91 
Whitesburg - Kim Caudill (11) 3.80 
Wolfe County- Debbie Noble (12)4.00, Gwen 

Sargarent (12)3.80, Teresa Perry (11)3.90, Jennifer 

Brand (10)4.00, Tonya Banks (10)3.80, Lori Linkous 

(10)3.80 

Girls Swimming 

Ballard -Leah Mitchell (10)3.83, Cari Deuble (9)4.00 
Bryan Station - Shelley Kincaid (12)4.00, Hilary Mink 

(10)4.00, Ann Niemela (12)3.83 
Camp bell County - Julia Monson (1 2) 3.90 
Campbellsville-Shanae Netherland (11)3.97 
Clinton County -Tammy Waid (9)3.96 
Eastern - Jennifer Garrett (9)4.00, Susan Hardin (11) 

3.87, Lauren Stadles (12)3.90, Heidi Wagner (10) 

4.00 
Henderson County - Amy Bentley (1 1) 4.00, Amy 

Fagerlin (11)3.89, Denise Belanger (11)3.83 
Highlands -Audrey Munch (11)4.00, Carolee Franklin 

(10)4.00, Holly Khols (10)4.00, Heather Giglia (12) 

3.92 
Holmes- Allison Heger (12)3.88 
Ludlow-Tony Bucher (12)3.75, Sean Wulson (12) 

3.75, Chuck Lindeman (10)3.75 
Model- Raigan Kretzchmar (12)3.81, Niki Lee (11) 

3.75, Ashley Wolfe ( 9) 4.00, Kerry Fraas (9)4.00, 

Sarah Whitcopf (9)4.00 
Notre Dame - Janean Friedman (10) 3.80, Julie 

Hampton ( 9) 3.80, Kristin Hummel (11)3.80 
PaulBlazer- Jan Alvey (12)3.84, Ginger Castle (9)4.00 
Scott -AbbyNienaber (10)3.75, Joanna Wintring (11) 

3.79 
Tates Creek- Liz Allen (11)4.50, AshK Collins (11)4.83, 

Amber Cooper (11)4.00, Gene Downey (12)3.80, 

Molly Goodenow (11)5.00, Nina Holmgren (12)4.00, 

KirstenKaak (10)4.50, Heather Mcintosh (11)4.00, 

Shannon Oldham (10)4.66, Shannon Smiley (12) 



4.40, Lisa Sowards (10)3.83, Cherie Tipton (12) 

4.20, Kathy Whayne (11)4.33 
Trinity (Louisville)- Matthew Ronau (12)3.80 
Western Hills - Marta Lurjan (11)3.94 

Wrestling 

Christian County - John Noble Hall IV (10) 3.78 

Danville - Danny Ketterman ( 9) 3.80 

Jeff ersontown - Abe Stevens ( 9) 3.83 

Scott- Chris Powell (12)3.80 

Tates Creek - Dan Sperow (1 1) 3.80 

Trinity (Louisville) -William Ante (12)3.90, Matthew 
Conliffe (10)4.00, Douglas Frederick (12)4.00, Paul 
Garcia (12)3.90, Chad Harned (12)4.00, Heath 
Hubbuch (12)3.80, EricRoalofs (11)3.90, Brian 
Seike (10)3.90, Robert Sullivan (10)3.90 

1988-89 Winter Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 

Honorable Mention 

Boys Baskett>all 

Ballard- Shane Legette (10)3.70 

Ballard Memorial- Tony Warford (12)3.73 

Barren County - Michael Scott Young (11) 3.26, Leslie 

Murphy (12)3.28 
Bath County - Shawn Telle (1 1) 3.70, David Vinson 

(11)3.27 
Beechwood - Charlie Mescher ( 9) 3.50 
Berea- Barry Brock (12)3.74, EricPridemore (12) 

3.62, Troy Burnell (12)3.51, Bunky Harkleroad (12) 

3.38, Bobby Stewart (12)3.37 
Bourbon County - Scott Adams (10)3.50, David 

Ahrens (11)3.45, Rueben Gentry (12)3.40, Dale 

Richardson (12)3.35 
Boyle County- Eric Underwood (10)3.30, Tracey 

Edwards (11)3.27, Greg Bromley (10)3.37, Bryan 

Lanham (10)3.50 
Breckinridge County- Roger Ledridge (10)3.66, Rob 

DeHaven (12)3.50, Roger Ledridge (12)3.66, Bruce 

W/ilson (12)3.66, Chris Jarboe (12)3.33, Eric St. 

Clair (12)3.50, Gene Wheeler (11)3.66 
Bryan Station - Kenny Gayheart (12) 3.30, Wesley 

Johnson (11)3.50 
Campbell County - Aaron Taylor (1 0) 3.37 
Caverna - Nathan Wyatt (1 1) 3.33 
Clinton County - Nathan Brown (1 1) 3.57, Dan Crawley 

(11)3.67 
Cordia- Chris Hundley (10)3.50, Scott Dobson (10) 

3.40 
Covington Catholic- Jason Saute (12)3.52, Peter J. 

Thelen (12)3.57, Sean Wehrman (12)3.65, Jeff 

Rensing (10)3.31 
Cumberland- Conner Cornett (10)3.27 
Danville - Alex Newman (11)3.30 
Daviess County- Chris White (10)3.25, Jeff Howard 

(10)3.25, Kevin Maggard (9)3.25 
Dayton- Jason DeBruler (9)3.33, Joe Ouillen (12) 

3.25, Willy Sorrell (11)3.44, Bryan Berkemeier (10) 

3.65, Jim Colwell (10)3.52, Steve Fleming (10)3.33 
Edmonson County -Terry Alexander (11)3.39, Tim 

Chapman (12)3.28, Tom Vincent (12)3.25 
Eminence- Chad McGowan (10)3.41, Anthony Lucas 

(10)3.33 
Estill County - Keith Adams (12) 3.69 
Fairview - Scott Mclntyre (12) 3.59, Jackie Hammonds 

(11)3.58 
Fleming-Neon - Greg Kincer (12) 3.60, Derrick Isaac 

(10)3.30, Robert Bentley (10)3.30, Steven Hall (9) 

3.30, Kevin Fleming (9)3.30 
Frankfort- GregMiklavic (11)3.70 
Frederick Fraize - Brent Tindall (11)3.69, David 

Powers (12)3.64, Brad Allen (12)3.51, John Probus 

(12)3.46 
Fulton City - Clay McClanahan (9)3.60, David Lusk ( 

9) 3.40, Jason Pulley (10) 3.30 
George Rogers Clark- OondryGay (12)3.42, Ricky 

Ligget (11)3.70 
Greenup County - Kelly Ward (11)3.69 
Greenville - Jamie Gary (10)3.50 
Henderson County - Dan Thompson (10) 3.70, Lament 

Brewer (11)3.61, Paul Johnson (11)3.30 
Henry County - Loren Jeffries (12) 3.60, Mike 

McAlister (11)3.50 
Highlands- Tom Roberts (11)3.67, Lance Turner (10) 

3.45, Ken Sheilds (10)3.40 
Holy Cross (Covington)- Steve Goetz (12) 3.52, Steve 

Brue (11)3.44 



Holy Cross (Louisville) - Robert J. Ray ( 9) 3.33 
Jackson City -Larry Noble (12)3.35, Sean Noble (12) 

3.30, Mark Stacy (12)3.30 
Jessamine County - Macy Foree (12) 3.59, Nathan 

Wilson (12)3.37 
Johns Creek - Paxton Weddington (10)3.40, Chris 

Gannon (9)3.33 
Johnson Central- Marcus Conley (12)3.63, Jason Rice 

(11)3.61 
Kentucky School f /t Deaf - Shane Hodge (10) 3.60, 

Leslie Stayer (9)3.50, Josh Spalding (10)3.40 
Louisville Collegiate - Peter Butler (1 1) 3.60, Alex 

Lastovich (12)3.25 
Ludlow- Mark Molique (11)3.25 
Lyon County - Joel Crady (1 0) 3.30 
M.C. Napier- Michael Campbell (12)3.30, Nolan Allen ( 

9) 3.30 
Marshall County- John Leeper (10)3.61, Dax Myhand 

(12)3.50, Chuck Watkins (12)3.50, Dan Hall (12) 

3.40, Trevor Taylor (10)3.38 
McDowell - Keith Shelton (11)3.61 
Metcalfe County- Jason Hurt (12)3.70 
Middlesboro- Matt Keene (11)3.70 
Model- Bobby Creek (12)3.74, John Carnes (11)3.60, 

Todd Remaley (1 1) 3.30, Robbie Boner (1 1) 3.60, 

Brian Todd (11)3.65 
Murray- Josh Johnson (10)3.40 
Newport Central Catholic - Joe Cottingham (1 1) 3.70, 

Mark Schroder (11)3.50, Tom Boberg (10)3.45 
Paris - Brett Eades (12) 3.72 
Paul Blazer -Mike Baer (10)3.42, Randy Lovins (10) 

3.33, Stuart Smith ( 9) 3.57, Jason Strader ( 9) 3.57, 

BradV^lliams (9)3.43, John Kelly (9)3.29 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Terrance Penick (11)3.56 
Raceland - Todd Mullins (1 1) 3.26 
Rockcastle County- David Owens (12)3.25, Kris 

Ponder (12)3.33 
Rowan County- Bubby Blair (10) 3.62, Kelly Wells (10) 

3.47, Buddy Smith (12)3.36 
Russell -Clay Stinnett (10)3.80 
Russellville- Clarence Gamble (12)3.70, Taylor Gamble 

(10)3.65, Mike Inman (12)3.60, Brad Brown (12) 

3.40, Chris Washington (11)3.30 
Scott- Rob Smith (12)3.46, Scott Smith (12)3.63, 

Lance Pracht (10)3.25, Chad Price (10)3.42 
Sheldon Clark - Steven Gauze (12) 3.47, Scott Sexton 

(12)3.30, Kraig Grayson (10)3.27, Shawn Kirk (9) 

3.50, Kevin Fields (9)3.33 
Somerset- Brad Harris (12)3.41, CHris Cothron (11) 

3.80, Brain Miller (10)3.53 
Tates Creek - John Mark Stuart (10)3.70, Chris 

Connor (10)3.60, Ovan Hatchett (11)3.50, Paul 

Burchett (10)3.33, Shane Gentry (10)3.33, Lance 

Lawrence (11)3.33, Kyle Harney (11)3.33, David 

King (11)3.25 
Trinity (Louisville)- Richard Boeckmann (10)3.30, 

John Brenzel (10)3.50, John Gregory (12)3.40, 

Brent Holsclaw (12) 3.50, Anthony Lage (11)3.70, 

David Marchand (12)3.50, Brian Merkely (10)3.40, 

Terry Morrison (10)3.40, James Robert (10)3.40, 

Leon Smith (10)3.30, Wilson Tapp (12)3.40, Sean 

Taylor (12)3.40 
Trinity (Whitesville)- Barry Hagan (12)3.27, Mike 

Howard (11)3.27 
Union County- John Royster (11)3.73, Stan Gish (11) 

3.70, Chad Hancock (9)3.66, Michael Wedding (10) 

3.44 
Warren East- Brian Compton (12)3.60 
West Hopkins - Jeremiah Jones (12) 3.70, Shawn 

Oakley (12)3.60, Troy Faulk (12)3.70 
Western Hills- Kenneth Smith (12)3.51, Kelly Sweasy 

(12)3.54 
Whitesburg - Jerry Nantz, Jr. ( 9) 3.40, Clint Webb ( 9) 

3.30, Mike Jacobs (11)3.30 
Wolfe County- Robert Creech (10)3.50, Wade King 

(10)3.50, Rick Graham (10)3.50, David Hall (12) 

3.25, Jason Gibbs (12)3.25 
Woodford County- Darrin Wilson (10)3.67 

Boys Swimming 

Ballard - Vic Smither ( 9) 3.30, Scott Hunt ( 9) 3.50 

Beechwood - Bob Lee (11)3.37 

Bourbon County- Jonathan Lovell (11)3.50 

Covington Catholic- Patrick Summe (10)3.60 

Danville- Rob Leibschutz (10)3.70 

Daviess County - John Agnew ( 9) 3.30, Jason Bivins ( 

9)3.30, Curt Coomes (12)3.60, Chad SUtten (9) 

3.40, George Thacker (1 1) 3.40 
Eastern -Timothy Allen (11)3.57, Martin Johnson (12) 

3.52, John McAlister (9)3.33, Timothy Sussman 

(12)3.65 
Franklin County - Paul Cobb (1 1) 3.47, Mitchell Green 

(12)3.73 



Henderson County- Marc Hager (11)3.50, Chris 

Berrong (10)3.46, Tommy Tedd (10)3.33, Jeff 

Blankenship (12)3.47, EricFueger (10)3.50 
Highlands- Jon Rossow (12)3.64, Dave Sower (12) 

3.50 
Jentucky School f/t Deaf - Jerrod Keim ( 8) 3.60, Brian 

Fleming (11)3.50 
jlodel- Philip Creamer (11)3.56, Jeffery Kuhnhenn 

(11)3.31, PaulSirek (11)3.31, Jason Mehler (9)3.60 
Jewport Central Catholic - Mark Schutzman (12) 3.25 
icott- Mike Stacy (10)3.62, CHris Wight (11)3.50, 

Chris Sinclair (12)3.54 
ates Creek - D. J. Camp bell ( 9) 3.66, Matt Oeitch le 

(11)3.50, David Gosney (10)3.70, Davith Houk (10) 

3.58 
Voodford County - Bill Curtis (12) 3.27, Ed Quinn (1 1) 

3.25 



GIris Basketball 

inderson County - Cindy Caldwell (12) 3.36 

kpollo- Jenny Ranson (12) 3.54, Paige Cary (10)3.70, 

Kim Baughn (10)3.30 
assumption -Angela Brown (12)3.29, Jennifer Marcum 

(11)3.32, Christy Ferrell (11)3.58, Beck Meadows 

(10)3.54 
Jallard-Kimberly Graves (10)3.47 
iailard Memorial- ChrysUI Holland (11)3.27 
Jarron County- Melanie Gray (12)3.70, Seyhan Hunter 

(12)3.28, Jennifer Siebold (9)3.66 
ierea- Janet White (12)3.50, Heather Helton (9)3.50 
Jourbon County -Jennifer King (10)3.50 
Joyle County - Kim Feistritzer (1 1) 3.50, Stacey 

Edwards (10)3.64 
ireckinridge County - Pam West (1 1) 3.66, Jenny 

Galloway (11)3.50, Elizabeth Leslie (10)3.66, 

Jennifer Sipes (10)3.33, Kelli Carwile (10)3.50 
iryan Station - Ericka Muncy (1 1) 3.72, Roanette Byrd 

(12)3.29, Marie Johnson (10)3.33 
:ampbell County- Shelly Russell (9)3.25, Becky Lane 

(10) 3.26, Monica Verst (10) 3.57, Trisha Rechtiene 

(12)3.31 
:ampbellsville-LibbySherrill (12)3.55 
:averna- Felicia Garvin (12)3.46, Jennifer Crews (10) 

3.47, Annisa Carver (10) 3.36 
;awood- April Huckleby (10)3.66, Jennifer Maggard 

(12)3.35 
:hristian County - Teri Noffsinger (10) 3.38, Regina 

Robnett (9)3.34 
;iinton County- Andrea Melton (12)3.69, Stacey 

Daniels (11)3.58, Melissa Shelton (11)3.31, Joyce 

Hensley (10)3.52, Tonya Thomas (9)3.56 
3aviess County - Jennifer Blaine (12) 3.30, Bridget 

Frailley (10)3.50 
3ayton - Stacey Schowlater (12) 3.56, Leslie 

Hundemer (10)3.57, Tara Tucker (10)3.45 
iast Hardin - Bethany Bogue (10) 3.73, Robbie 

Harnback (12) 3.70, Leslie Cruse (10)3.64, Holly 

Jeffries (10)3.60, Teryl Fisher (12)3.50, Betsy 

Jeffries (12)3.45, Cathy Browner (10)3.40, 

Michelle Cantrell (1 1) 3.37, Renata Kuchowicz (1 2) 

3.32 
iastern-Tirsit Brooks (12) 3.74, Jenny Spichiger (12) 

3.44, Christa Donofrio (12)3.27, Erika Hovermale 

(11)3.70, Casey Barnhart (11)3.50 
iminence- Julie Clore (12)3.30, Kristen Leger (10) 

3.66, Leslie Neal (10)3.66 

[still County - Karen Flanary (10) 3.50 

-leming County - Patricia Dowd (12) 3.35, Minnie 

Marshall (11)3.47 
=leming-Neon - Kristian Harlow (12) 3.67, Crissy Smith 

(12) 3.51, Vickie Hall (12)3.40, Mari Jones (11)3.72, 

Lana Bentley (10)3.38, Kim Bevins (10)3.27, 

Heather Watko (9)3.50 
•rankfort- Catherine Hancock (10)3.60, Charlsre 

Pearl (10)3.60, Kimberiy Hancock (10)3.40, Rachael 

Ouvall (9)3.30, Lizzie Lange (9)3.30 
^rankiin-Simpson-Manig Nitz (12)3.25 
=ulton City- Kim Davis (9)3.70, Melinda Michael (11) 

3.60, Gretchen Sandling (11)3.30 
jeorge Rogers Clark - Brenda Goddard (10)3.71, 

Tiffany Davis ( 9) 3.67, Stephanie Davis (9)3.50 
jreenup County - Michelle Stambaugh (12) 3.62, 

Leslie Salyers (11)3.43 
jreenville- Christy Ozier (12)3.63 
Highlands- Niese Hunter (12)3.70, Carie Grimm (12) 

3.67, Tammy Schlarman (11)3.42, Tara Steinhauser 
(10)3.25 

Holy Cross (Covington) - Kelly Goller (10) 3.69, Dawn 

Franzen (10)3.50, Stephanie Marsh (9)3.33 
-Holy Cross (Louisville) - Janet Ryan (12) 3.51 
Jessamine County- Stephanie Law (12) 3.51, Tracy 
Upton (11)3.73 



Johns Creek - Tawanna Muncy (11)3.28, Karen 

Whilhite (11)3.30 
Johnson Central- Melissa Butcher (11)3.63, Angela 

Waddell (10)3.61, Carol Sparks (11)3.33, Kathy 

Rice (11)3.27 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf - Shonna Isaacs ( 9) 3.60 
Louisville Collegiate- Lee Harris (12)3.54, VijI 

Rangaswame (12)3.70, Frances Zopp (11)3.27 
Ludlow- Holly Mason (10)3.25, Tammy Askin (12) 

3.25, Cori Stanley (9)3.25 
M.C. Napier- Wanda WhiUker (12)3.30, Tammi Fugate 

(9)3.30, Alice Brewer (10)3.40, Cindi Collins (10) 

3.30, Shannon Smith (12)3.40 
Marshall County- Missy Lee (10)3.66, Robin Lutz (10) 

3.61, Cassie Bohannon (10)3.55, Rachelle Cadwell 

(10)3.55. KandiWommack (11)3.50, Heather 

Hendrickson (10)3.44, Kim Oliver (11)3.33 
McDowell -Tish Slone (12)3.29, Priscilla Crawford 

(11)3.26, Kristi Pack (10)3.63 
Metcalfe County - Lori Hurt (10) 3.60, Teresa Nixon 

(12)3.30 
Middlesboro- Jeannie Justice (11)3.60 
Model- April Barclay (11)3.66 
Murray- Jennifer Parker (11)3.80 
Newport Central Catholic- Pam Freppon (12)3.38, 

Julie Schabell (12)3.60, Jenny Ooller (11)3.42, 

Heather Shay (11)3.40, Any Elsbernd (10)3.40 
North Bullitt -Cora Conn (9)3.50, Tammy Conn (12) 

3.32, Tonya Cundiff (11)3.70, Kim Dial (12)3.26, 

Sandra Richmond (12)3.67 
Notre Dame- Julie Baseheart (11)3.70, Amy Cahill 

(12)3.60, Laura Downton (1 1) 3.40, Connie Eten (11) 

3.50, Jenny Geraci (11)3.60, Kellie Kute (10)3.70, 

GinaNienaber (10)3.50, Krista Robinson (10)3.40, 

MaryWIIhoite (10)3.60, Michelle McElroy (10)3.50 
Paul Blazer - Rachel Greene (1 1) 3.49 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Julie Luttrell (10)3.40, Wendy 

Walker (11)3.60 
Raceland - Sandy Fields (12) 3.49 
Rowan County - Tonya Blevins ( 9) 3.58, Kim Martin 

(10)3.57, Amy Pierce (10)3.47, Beth Prince (10)3.42 
Russell- Julie Allen (12)3.66, Glenna Eastering (10) 

3.60, Scarlett Haley (9)3.60 
Russellville - Mollie Kraeling (10) 3.52 
Sacred Heart- Diana Strothman (12)3.48 
Scott - Shelly Meyer (11) 3.50. Michelle Norvell (10) 

3.40 
Sheldon Clark- Ida Bowen (10)3.44, Katina Preece 

(10)3.66, Paula Dials (10)3.27 
Silver Grove- Kim Milius (10)3.35, Christy Greis (12) 

3.30 
Somerset- JodyCriswell (12)3.39, Lisa Kid d (11)3.64 
Southern - Karen Burden (11) 3.36, Jennifer Putt ( 9) 

3.50 
Tales Creek - Vikki Robson (11)3.66, Cassandra Bragg 

(10)3.30 
Trinity (Whitesville) - Carrie Edge (1 1) 3.66, Carrie Mills 

(11)3.43, Elaine Head (10)3.61, Kay Payne (10)3.28, 

Sharon Wilkerson (9)3.50 
Union County - Nekesha Gilmer (10) 3.55, Carolyn 

Hagedorn (12)3.43, Stade Woodring (9)3.33 
Warren East - Susan VanArsdale (12) 3.64, Martina 

Young (10) 3.48, Andrea Forsythe (10)3.45 
West Hopkins- Jill Musgrove (12)3.40, Tonya 

Johnston (10)3.44, Sandi Tapp (10)3.38 
Western Hills - Kate Fiero (10)3.27, Ryan Waterf ield 

(10)3.66, Valerie Yagel (12)3.45, Lori Taylor (10) 

3.45 
Whitesburg- Heather Swisher (11)3.40, Carolyn 

Potter ( 9) 3.50, Denny Breeding ( 9) 3.40 
Wolfe County -Sue Noble (10)3.50, Ray Noble (10) 

3.50, Jackie Adkins (9)3.50, Margaret Prater (10) 

3.35, Shana West (12)3.50 
Woodford County - Arlene Noe (1 1) 3.42 

Girls Swimming 

Assumption- Alison Huber (12)3.65 

Ballard - Sarah Schiavoni (1 1) 3.56, Rebecca Lasky 

(11)3.34, Shelby Spanyer (10) 3.66, Amy Androit (9) 

3.30 
Campbell County - Katrina Foust (1 1) 3.37. Tracy 

Purser (10)3.72. Shelly Chalk (12)3.32 
Clinton County- Lisa Smith (12)3.59. Patricia Branham 

(11)3.65. Stacy Daniels (11)3.58, Melissa Shelton 

(11)3.31, Sharia Campbell (10)3.68, Joyce Smith 

(10)3.52 
Danville - Stephanie Propps (12)3.50 
Daviess County - Kristi McClary ( 9) 3.30, Hana Hargan 

(10)3.25 
Eastern - Metlisa Blandford (12)3.31, Angela Bryant ( 

9)3.37, Cathy Chadwick (10)3.62, Martha Coffey ( 

9) 3.33, Heather Mayhugh (1 1) 3.57, Wendy Mullins 

(11)3.27, Erica Sellins (11)3.43 



Franklin County- Cathy Rigsby (10)3.70, Mary 
Halliday (11) 3.4S. Stephanie McBrayer (11)3.40 

Henderson County- Heidi Osborn (10)3.33. Nelissa 
Sandoval (11)3.63 

Ludlow- Todd Tobergte (12)3.25. Stephen Ward (12) 
3.25 

Model - Bernadetta Hart (11) 3.60 

Newport Central Catholic- Erinn Goetz (10)3.50 

Notre Dame- ChrissyAnnear (10)3.50. Aly Boehmer 
(1 1) 3.70. Karen Bresser (10) 3.60, Lisa Buckley (12) 
3.60, Teresa Jump (10)3.50, Nina Montmeny (12) 
3.70, Traci Pomeroy (12)3.60, Jenny Rogers (10) 
3.60, Julie Runge (10)3.40, Jenny Summe (12)3.40 

Paul Blazer- Kathleen Brothers (11)3.69 

Scott - Jennifer Andrews (12) 3.47, Angle Congleton 
(12)3.51, Kim Sammons (12)3.62, Jenny Schneidau 
(11)3.42 

Tates Creek - Kelly Carroll (11)3.60, Betsy Iverson (10) 
3.25, Cailie Jones (1 1) 3.33 

Trinity (Louisville)- Gregory Tichenor (12)3.50 

Villa Madonna- Elise Jimenez (12)3.30 

Western Hills- Shane Ragland (10)3.59 

Woodford County- Margaret Borders (11)3.58 

Wrestling 

Bryan Station - William Henderson (10)3.32 
Campbell County- Bryon Goodwin (10)3.60 
Christian County- Shawn lanAldridge (9)3.41, 

Michael Geoffrey Bailey ( 9) 3.45 
Danville - Hansen Hada ( 9) 3.70, Mont Key (11) 3.25 
Eastern - Seth Weaver (10) 3.50 
Jeffersontown - Wayne Kletz ( 9) 3.50, Jason Ramsey 

(10)3.38 
Johnson Central- Joey Hill (12)3.66, Chris Casey (10) 

3.50 
Paul Blazer- Jome Keating (12)3.66, Steve Dumlevy 

(12)3.38 
Scott- Ron Hall (10)3.66 
Tates Creek- Dave Colosney (10) 3.70, Gamel Shalash 

(9)3.60, DrewShingler (10) 3.60, John Mahan (9) 

3.40 
Trinity (Louisville)- John Berghaus (12)3.40, Francis 

Chawk (12)3.70, Victor Hubbuch (10)3.50, John 

Komarinsky (11)3.40. Barry Martin (12)3.70. 

Andrew Maynor (12) 3.50. Gregory Shuck (12)3.30. 

Brian Texas (12)3.50 
Western - Jeffrey Brutscher (1 1) 3.25 

1988-89 Spring Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 

First Team 

Baseball 

Ballard - Jeremy Pearman (10)3.94 

Ballard Memorial- Andy Knott (11)3.75. Tony Warford 

(12)3.75 
Bell County- J. Keith Rice (10)4.00, Jason M. Baxter 

(10)3.83 
Berea- Nathan Boyce (10)4.00 
Boyd County- Brandon Ramsey (11)3.87, Bill 

Moriarty (12)4.00 
Boyle County- Reid Smiley (12)4.00 
Buckhorn -Jamie Mullins (10)3.88, Jason Noble (9) 

3.75 
Campbellsville- Richard Rabbins (11)3.80. Drew 

Cundiff (10)3.93 
Cawood -Jimmy Gilpin (10)3.81, David Depew (9) 

3.83 
Cordia- Steve Melton (11)4.00, Scott Williams (11) 

4.00, Shawn Stanley (10)3.85 
Dayton -NicSchowalter (10)3.89 
Eastern -Joshea Howes ( 9) 3.87, Steve Anderson (11) 

4.00, Jeff Houser (11)3.80 
Edmonson County- Neal Booker (10)3.94 
Estill County- Jason Brandenburg (11)3.75, Stephen 

Richardson (10)3.88 
Franklin-Simpson - Heath Johnson (1 1) 3.78 
George Rogers Clark - Bobby Wasson (12)4.00, Ty 

Clark (12)3.89, Chris McCoy (11)3.75, Chad 

Blackwell (10)3.83 
Greenup County- Brent Maggard (12)4.00, Richard 

Vanderpool (12)3.84, Larry Boggs (10)3.76 
Harlan - Vtnil Carroll (1 0) 3.90. Jason Wynn ( 9) 3.80 
Holy Cross (Covington) - Kevin Goetz (1 1) 3.39. Paul 

Loheide (11)3.96 
Johns Creek - Chris Mullins (1 1) 3.96, Doug Blackburn 

(9)4.00 



Johnson Central- Craig Dsrong (12)3.84, Brent Patrick 

(11)3.88 
Marshall County - James Hiss (12)3.97, Kelly Carwile 

(11)3.88 
Mercer County - Earl Pinkston (12)4.00 
Murray- Chad Bazzell (10)3.75, Joey Bazzsll (10) 

4.00, Don Easley (11)4.00, Doug Payne (10)3.75, 

Jason Sammons (12)4.00, Bruce Thurmond (12) 

4.00 
North Hardin -Todd Ellis (11)4.00, Leon Hachat (10) 

3.75, Ronald Osborne (12) 3.75, Terry Wise (9)4.00 
Paul Blazer- Don Payne (10)3.98, Dave Green (9) 

3.87, Nathan Kirk (9)3.90 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Timothy S. Lawrence (12)4.00, 

Ronnie E. Brooks (10)3.83 
Rowan County- Kip Crager (12)4.00, Jon Nutter (12) 

3.88 
Russell -Todd Dykes (11)3.80, Matt McDonald (11) 

3.90, Matt Patterson (10)3.90, David Perry (10)3.75, 
J.D. Stock (10)3.80, Eph Woods (12)4.00 

Russellville- Bobby Blackford (12)4.00, Brent Luckett 

(12)4.00 
Scott - Bryce Farrar (1 1) 3.91 
Trinity (Louisville)- Jeffrey Brohm (12)3.90, Wiltlani 

DeSensi (10)3.80, Kevin Judd (11)3.90, Trever 

Miller (10)3.90, Keith Passanisi (11)3.80 
Wayne County- Darren Vickery (10)3.83, Chris Cover 

( 9) 3.83 
West Hopkins- Joey Farmer (12)4.00, Marty Traylor ( 

9)4.00, Michael Lewis ( 9) 4.00, Aaron Hollis (9) 

4.00, Scott Gibson (12)3.80 

Boys GoK 

Berea-Thomas Johnson (11)4.00 
Campbell County - Mike Turner (1 1) 3.93 
Campbellsvtlle- Brian Gossage (12)3.95, Damon Coyle 

(11)4.00 
Caverna - Jay Crews (12) 3.76 
Danville - Josh Lukins (9)3.90 
Daviess County - Warren Chumley (12)3.75 
Dayton - Bear Bradshaw (10)4.00, Joe Ouitlen (12) 

3.78, Corey Simmins (12)4.00 
Eastern - Jason E. Waldeck (12)4.00 
Edmonson County- PaulWoosley (9)4.00 
Greenup County- Eddie Miller (12)3.94, CHris Crum 

(12)3.78, Jarrod Watson (12)3.81 
Marshall County - Jay Dunigan (11) 3.75 
Murray- Bill Fandrich (11)3.78, Brock Peyer (11)4.00 
Pulaski County - Steve Acton (12) 3.80 
Rowan County- Christopher IMartin (10)3.97 
Russell - Kevin Thomas (1 1) 3.90 
Tales Creek- John Huff (12)4.00, Lance Dooley (10) 

3.91, Daniel Utiey (10)3.83, Andy Haymaker (12) 
3.80 

Trinity (Louisville)- Michael Johnson (11)3.90, Jeffrey 
Kupper (12)4.00, Julius LaRosa (10)3.90, John 
Lehmann (11)4.00 

Washington County- Paul Taylor (11)4.00 

Wayne County- Dion Perkins (10)3.89 

Boys Tennis 

Ballard - Minesh Shah (10)4.00 

Ballard Memorial- Brett Kelley (12)4.00 

Beechwood - Greg Jacobs (10)4.00 

Bell County- J. Keith Rice (10)4.00, Jason M. Baxter ( 

9) 3.83 
Bellevue - Eric Poe (12)3.99, Keith Ponchot (12)4.00, 

RussStaubach (12)3.99 
Boyd County- Virada Souvanlasy (10)4.00 
Campbell County- Kenneth N. Reinhardt (11)3.87, 

JohnSehardt (10)4.00 
Campbellsville- Brian Roberts (12)3.95 
Daviess County - Michael Jones ( 9) 3.93 
Dayton -Steve Fryman (10)4.00, Ryan Kellinghaus (10) 

4.00 
Eastern- Rob Peterson (11)3.75, Jason Harris (9)4.00 
Frankfort- Paul Looney (10)4.00 
George Rogers Clark - Brian Masters (12)4.00, Travis 

Sewalls (11) 4.00, Andy Cecil (10)3.87 
Harlan - Mark Stolzf us (12)4.00, Chris Sazena (12) 

4.00 
Jeffersontown - Brian DeGrella (11)3.80 
Marshall County- David Smith (11)4.00 
Mercer County - Keith Graham (12)4.00 
Middlesboro- Thomas Pongdee (12)4.00, MattKeene 

(1 1) 4.00, Kenneth O'Rourke (1 2) 3.79, Paul Steely 

(12)4.00 
Murray- Chris Portner (10)4.00 
Newport - Rusty Adams (12)4.00 
North Hardin- Brian Frodge (12)3.98, David Dalton 

(12)3.78 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Clement T. Yoo (12) 3.97 



Rowan County- Ron Hart (12)4.00, Stephen Thomas 
(11)3.78 

Russell- Ben Miller (12)3.80, PaulConley (12)3.80, 
Manjo Warrior (11) 3.80, Scott Kseton (11)3.75, 
Mark Crider (10) 3.90, Clay Sinnett (10) 3.90, Jeff 
Shelton (9)3.90, Jarred Sli beck (9)3.75 

Scott- Daniel Nelles (9)4.00 

Tates Creek - Joe Aldy (11)4.00, Grant Gilkerson (12) 
3.80, Bryan Lewis (12)4.00, Mike Scowby (11)3.83, 
Matt Thatcher (12)4.00, Tom Wala (11)4.00 

Trinity (Louisville)- Matthew Burnstein (12)4.00, 
David Chao (11)4.00, Chad McRae (11)3.80 

Washington County- Fred Hardin (12)4.00 

Woodford County - Joey Redden (12) 3.97 

Boys Track 

Ballard - Keith Look (11)3.80 

Ballard Memorial - Keith Powell (12)4.00 

Barren County- Sammy Lowe (12)3.90, Tommy 

Simmons (11)3.92, Chris Reed (10)3.92, Anthony 

Frazier ( 9) 3.83 
Bell County - Gregory Philpot (12) 3.90, Kevin Smith 

(10)4.00 
Bellevue- Doug Leopold (12)3.80 
Berea- Howard Halverson (12)4.00, Jason King (12) 

3.90, Nathaniel Bolin (11)4.00, Peter Willis (11)3.77, 

Larry Kinnard (9)4.00 
Bishop Brossart - Kirt Costello (12)4.00 
Boyd County - M.K. Scott (12) 3.76 
Boyle County -Norman Fischer (10)3.77, Andy Ekiund 

(11)4.00 
Campbellsville- Breece Hayes (12)3.95, Chris Kidwell 

(12)3.95, R.B. Herron (11)3.80 
Danville - Jason Hammond (12)3.97, Walter 

Pennington (12)3.75 
Daviess County - David Peyton ( 9) 3.83 
Dayton- Ernie Brooks (11)3.78, Dennis Maines (11) 

3.78 
Edmonson County- Junior Rajewich (10)3.83 
Frankfort - Ben Wiley (12)4.00, Marty Hammons (10) 

4.00 
Harlan - Scott Parsons (11)4.00, Matt Nunez (11)4.00 
Harrison County- David McDaniel (12)4.00, David 

McDaniel (12)4.00 
Jeffersontown- Scott Williams (10)4.00 
Larue County - David T. Mitchell (12)4.00 
Letcher - James Manuel Amburgey ( 9) 4.00 
McLean County- David Bell (11)3.90 
Murray- Randy Hansen (11)3.95, James Westphal (12) 

4.00 
North Bullitt- Robert Schoenlaub (9) 3.75, Todd 

Sheppard (10)3.75 
Rowan County- Brian Binion (12)3.94 
Russell- Randy Howell (12)3.80, Lance Shoulders 

(12)4.00, Bob Palmer (12)3.80, James Nester (9) 

3.80, Mauricio Sanchez (9)3.75 
Scott- Nathan Black (9)3.83 
Tates Creek - Mark Trivette (1 1 ) 4.00, Jerry Burt (1 2) 

4.00, Chris O'Bryan (10)3.75 
Trinity (Louisville)- David Esterte (12)4.00, Daniel 

Grenough (10)4.00, James Griffin (12)4.00, Charles 

Luckett (11)4.00, Daniel Morrow (11)4.00, David 

Norton (12)4.00, Kevin Peterson (11)4.00, Brian 

Seike (10) 3.80, Travis Wagoner (11)4.00, David 

Werle (11)3.90, David Norris (11)3.80 
Western - James Thompson ( 9) 3.80, Michael Perkins 

(10)4.00 
Western Hills- John Patrick Hanly (11)3.88, Andrew 

Parker (10)3.83 
Woodford County- John Lodmell (9)4.00, Dean 

Buran (11)4.00, Todd Henry (11)3.79 

GIris GoH 

Caverna - Krista Button (11)3.83, Jennifer Crews (10) 

3.90 
Johnson Central- Robin Michelle Ratliff (11)3.83 
Murray- Meredith Howe (12)4.00, Amy Perrin (9)4.00 
Paul Blazer- Melissa Meyers (10) 3.80 
Russellville - Hollie Mcintosh (10)4.00, Amber 

Mcintosh (12)4.00, Dana Hunt (10)4.00 
Woodford County- Kelley Eaves (11)3.88, Carey 

Royalty ( 9) 3.80 

Girls Tennis 

Assumption - Stephanie Kute (10)4.00, Shelley 
Ratterman (11)3.77, Julie Eifler (10)3.77 

Ballard - Amy Dodrill (10) 3.88 

Ballard Memorial - Sarah Miller (10)4.00 

Beechwood - Shelly Mescher (12)4.00, Janie 
Borcherding (11)4.00 

Bell County- Kimberly A. Cobb (12)3.83, Rebecca J. 
Ingram (10)4.00 



Bellevue - Samatha Dunaway (12) 3.91, Mary 

Zimmerman (9)3.83 
Boyd County- Amy Scott (11)4.00, Debbie Barker 

(12)4.00 
Boyle County- Kim Kitchen (10)3.90 
Danville - Kasey Spoonamore (10)4.00, Allison Wilt 

(10)4.00 
Dayton - Amy Handle (11)4.00 
East Hardin - Erica Penney (10)3.83 
Frankfort -Stephanie Mace (10)3.90, Ana Wiley (11) 

3.90, Audrey Hammond (12)4.00 
Franklin-Simpson -Ashlie Morgan (11)4.00, Leslie 

Brown (11)3.79, Dee Dee Dean (12)3.86 
Harlan - Missy Parker (12) 3.90, Margaret Brassfield 

(12)3.90, Asma Ah mad (9)4.00 
Holy Cross (Covington) - Tracy Bertman (10) 4.00 
Jeffersontown - Connie Huffman (1 1) 3.90, Anns 

Harpenau (10)4.00, Lynn Harpenau (10)4.00 
Louisville Collegiate - Laura Wells ( 9) 3.80 
Mercer County -Ashley Gash (12)3.90 
Middlesboro - Melissa Taylor (12)4.00, Anna Worely 

(12)3.90, Sara Hodgdon (12)3.86, Beth Busslette ( 

9)4.00 
Murray- Kelsey Christopher (9)4.00, Kaylin 

Haverstock (9)4.00, Catherine Hurt (9)4.00, 

Katherine Oakley (10)4.00 
North Bullitt- Co Le (10)4.00, Laura Wilkins (10)3.87 
Notre Dame- Keri Hulse (12)3.80 
Pleasure Ridge Park- Alison L. Redford (10)3.89, 

Melissa L. Rohleder (10)3.94 
Rowan County- MarySprague (12)4.00 
Russell - Kerri Pruitt (12)4.00, Michelle Miller (12)4.00, 

Gretchen Baily (12)3.75, Maria Sanchez (12)3.80, 

Amy Smith (12)3.90, Lynn Rosseth (11)3.75, 

Mandy Stovall (1 1) 3.75, Amy Ditty ( 9) 3.80, Amy 

Dunaway ( 9) 3.80 
Russellville - Julie Walden (11) 4.00 
Sacred Heart- Anne Sutherland (12)3.80, Beth 

Gilligan (11)3.75 
Scott -Kathleen Harris (11)4.00, Page Stallard (11) 

4.00, Cathy Walker (11)3.77, Erin Klaene (11)4.00 
Southern -Stephanie Daugherty (9)4.00 
Tates Creek- Anita Bhattacharyya (11)4.00, Jemmy 

Chung (10)4.00, Cherie Tipton (12)4.00, Kelly 

Wallace (12)4.00, Sarah Wallace (9)4.00, Tara 

Thomas (12)3.80 
Union County- Helene Koppen (12)4.00 
Villa Madonna - Nicole Smith (1 1) 3.80 
West Hopkins- Carrie Canode (10)4.00, Jennifer 

Turner (11)4.00 
Western Hills- Kathryn Stanley (10)3.83 
Woodford County- Polly Shrewsbury (11)3.80 

Girls Track 

Assumption- Becky Cooper (11)4.00, Tracey Bosemer 

(10)3.83, Rhea Enriquez (10)3.80 
Ballard -Tonya Clay (10)3.94 
Bell County - Angle Turpin (1 1) 4.00, Liesa McGeorge 

(12)4.00, Kristi Goodin (10)3.80 
Bellevue - Sherri Rauh (11)4.00 
Berea - Kim Hudson (12)4.00, Valerie Botkin (10)3.83, 

Laura Harrison (9)4.00 
Bishop Brossart - Joyce Bertsch (12)3.92, Missy 

Munninghoff (10)4.00, Caria Schneider (10)3.92 
Boyd County- Kim Beam (12)3.77 
Campbell County- SondraG. Craig (9)4.00 , 

Campbellsville -Shanae Netherland (11)3.97 
Danville -Katie Stamps (10)4.00, Debbie Finke (10) 

4.00 
Dayton -Alyshia Daniel (11)4.00, Jessica Loos (10) 

3.78, Kristina Johns (9)4.00, Jennifer Johnson (9) 

3.89, Stephanie Edgar (11)4.00 
Frankfort - Karen Crabtree (12)4.00, Casey Dutton (12) 

4.00, Sherri Heady (12)3.77, Catherine Hancock 

(10)3.75, Natalie Gray (10)3.90, Carrie Barber (9) 

4.00 
Greenup County- Robin Webb (12)3.84, KathyRiggs ( 

9)3.78 
Harlan - Meredith Kirklin (12)4.00, Michelle Orick (9) 

3.80 
Harrison County- Christy Greene (12)4.00, Karen 

Mahoney (12)3.90, Patricia Vanhook (11)4.00, Cara 

Baldwin (10)4.00, Roanya Johnson (10)3.83, 

Marissa Hawes ( 9)3.83 
Jeffersontown - Lisa Earp (10)4.00, Jennifer Wibbels 

(9)3.83 
Johnson Central - Susan Roberts (10)3.79, Kim 

Havens (10)3.81, Brandy Home (10)3.83 
Madisonville-North Hopkins - Marita Smiley (12)3.78 
McLean County- Courtney Quisen berry (9)4.00 
Menifee County - Youvina Wells (10) 3.90 
Murray -Erin Friend (10)4.00, Tammy Hansen (9)4.00, 

KellieMassey (12)3.75 
North Bullitt- Jennifer Wallace (11)4.00 



Notre Dams - Kami Hampton (10) 3.80, Julie Hampton ( 

9) 3.80 
Paul Blazer - Stephanie Stiepard ( 9) 3.90 
Russell - Kristi Beatty ( 9) 3.78 
Russellville- Tammy Keith (9)4.00 
Sacred Heart- Kyran Esterle (10)3.91 
Scott- Emily Fisher (9)3.91, Megan Moreland (9)4.00 
West Hopkins - Jennifer Sharkey ( 9) 4.00 
Western - Latonya Bell (1 1) 3.83 
Western Hills - Chrissa Morrison ( 9) 3.91, Brandi 

Jones (10)3.80 
Woodford County- Missy Elder (10)4.00, Cindy 

Searcy (10)4.00 

Softball 

Assumption - Laura Pate (10)3.83 

Ballard - Amy Ginger ( 9) 3.80, Wendy Langan ( 9) 3.80 

Barren County- Michelle Locke (12)3.88, Michelle 

Locke (12)3.88, MyriaHaynes (9)4.00 
Beech wood -Stephanie Sims (11)4.00, Pam Taylor 

(12)3.88 
Bishop Brossart- Becki Brun (11)3.75, CarlaPleiman 

(10)3.92 
Boyd County- Shilo Ferguson (12)4.00 
Buckhorn - Henrietta Maggard (11)4.00, Deana 

Mcintosh (10)4.00 
Campbell County- Becky R. Lang (10)3.80, Tara 0. 

Neises (11)3.91, CarlaA. Kramer (12)3.81 
Caverna - Jackie Oennison (9)4.00 
Dayton - Carrie Buschle (10)4.00 
East Hardin - Olivia Reed ( 9) 3.80 
Eastern - Joni Kurz (10) 3.7S, Laurie Moore (1 1) 3.83, 

Erika Hovermale (11)3.75 
Estill County - Kim Barnes ( 9) 4.00, Stacie Cooper (9) 

3.83, Becky Raider (9)3.83 
Greenup County- Billie Boyle (12)3.78 
Holy Cross (Covington) -Jackie Galbaugh (10)4.00, 

Nancy Dixon (9)3.83 
Jackson City- Kim Deaton (11)3.80 
Jeff ersontown - Dana Ruckriegel (9)4.00, Brigette 

Winstead (9)4.00 
Louisville Collegiate- Elizabeth Chandler (12)3.97, 

Elizabeth Staff en (10)3.79 
Marshall County- Crissy Atkerson (12)3.95, Angle 

Wood (11)3.91, LaurindaDrow/n (10)3.87 
McLean County - Michele Tucker (1 1) 3.92, Gina 

Glover (11)3.83, Lorie Brown (12)3.78 
Murray- April Haneline (9)4.00, Lauri Perrin (12)4.00, 

Amy Young (12)3.90 
North Bullitt- Ami Thorne (12)4.00, Terri Hall (11)3.94 
North Hardin - Jessica Lynch (12)3.96 
Notre Dame- Jennifer Walter (11)3.60, Shelly Dusing 

(10) 3.80, Kim Graves (10) 3.80 
Pleasure Ridge Park -Tammy J. Elder (10)4.00, 

Christie M. Hewlett (10)3.83, Tonya M. Brown (11) 

3.97 
Pulaski County - Melissa Creekmore (10) 3.90, Lori 

Dykes (11)3.80, Amy Taylor (11)3.80 
Russell - Regina Borders (1 1) 3.75 
Russellville - Marcia Miller (12) 4.00, Step hanie 

Borders (10)4.00, Amy Katz (9)4.00, Leigh Ann 

Stokes (10)3.65, Paige Rose (11)3.85, Stacy Keeton 

(11)3.85 
Silver Grove - Sonya Jenkins (1 1) 3.75 
Southern -Amy Moore (10)3.91 
Tates Creek -Julie Ashley (12)4.00, Stacy Hurd (10) 

3.7S, EmilyShrider (10)4.00, Candace Weber (11) 

3.83 
Tollesboro-Lori King (11)4.00, Missy Polley (11)3.79, 

Tammy Truesdell (11)3.79 
Washington County - Shari Hansen (1 1) 3.90 
Wayne County - Jennie Higginbotham (1 1} 3.93, Marcia 

Upchurch (10)3.97 
West Hopkins -Teryl Tucker (12)4.00, Melissa Morgan 

(9)4.00, Theresa Brown (9)4.00, Sherry Dame (11) 

3.80 
Western - Leigh Ann Brunner (12) 3.80 
Woodford County- Pam Duncan (11)3.60 

1988-89 Spring Sports 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Academic All State Team 

Honorable Mention 

Baseball 

Ballard - Shane Legette (10) 3.72, Logan Neb (1 2) 3.60, 

Craig Stevens (1 1) 3.70, John Axton ( 9) 3.30 
Ballard Memorial- Brian Petty (12)3.25 



Barren County - Greg Turner (12)3.35, Cleatus Phillips 

(11)3.30, Bart Hammer (9)3.33 
Beechwood- A.J. Richardson (12)3.44, Jeoff 

Gabbard (12)3.44, Rob Donahue (10)3.30, Rodney 

Williams ( 9) 3.30 
Bell County - R. Scott Wilder (1 1) 3.35, Daryl Baker ( 9) 

3.50 
Bellevue- Doug Leopold (12)3.58 
Berea- Barry Brock (12)3.74, Bobby Stewart (12)3.37 
Bishop Brossart- Chip Sansom (12)3.46, Tom Knipper 

(12)3.33, Dave Beck (10)3.S8,Ted Verst (10)3.56, 

Matthew Manning (9)3.54, Craig Bertsch (9)3.46 
Boyd County - Brian Story (1 1) 3.66, Brian Rose (11) 

3.31, Brent Burke (11)3.25, Vonnie Virgin (12)3.62, 

Todd Borders (12)3.25 
Campbell County- Clark E. Robinson (10)3.33 
Caverna - Nathan Wyatt (1 1) 3.30 
Cawood - David Laun (12)3.59, Jimmy Maggard (9) 

3.60 
Clinton County- Brian Brown (11)3.46, Patrick Heist 

(11)3.61 
Danville- Roger Tully (11)3.40, Teague Sims (12)3.40 
Daviess County - Chad Clayton (11)3.34, Nate 

DeGraaf (11)3.36, Chris White (10)3.31, Jeff 

Howard (10)3.55 
Dayton- Fred Johnson (11)3.67 
Eastern- Mike Leknass (11)3.60, Todd Patterson (10) 

3.40, Brad Robinson (9)3.67 
Edmonson County -Terry Alexander (11)3.39 
Estill County - Keith Adams (12) 3.69 
Fairview- Cameron Holbrook (11)3.69, Scott Mclntyre 

(12)3.59, Jackie Hammonds (11)3.58 
Frankfort- Joe Hancock (10)3.30 
Franklin-Simpson- Kelly Holman (11)3.62 
Fulton City - Jason Pulley (10) 3.72 
George Rogers Clark- Jon Clough (12)3.52, Rob 

Robinson (11)3.69, Scott Marksberry (11)3.51 
Greenup County- Stephen Carpenter (10)3.35, Chris 

Plummer (10)3.27 
Harlan - Andy Adkins (11)3.50, Damon Brittain (9) 

3.40, Jeff Ellis (12)3.40 
Henry County - Jock Dawkins (12) 3.32, Mike 

McAlister (11)3.55, Loren Jeffries (12)3.65, Jason 

Perry (12)3.71 
Holy Cross (Covington) - Steve Goetz (1 2) 3.52, Steve 

Brue (11)3.44 
Jackson City -Larry Noble (12)3.25 
Jeff ersontown - Jeff Bellucci (12)3.70, Larry Simpson 

(12)3.69 
Johns Creek -Anthony Santon (11)3.29, Paxton 

Weddington (10)3.40, Cris Cannon (9)3.33 
Johnson Central- Donnie Hackworth (12)3.36, John 

Hughes (12)3.47, Tom Money (11)3.32, Chris Davis 

(12)3.48 
Letcher- Kevin Combs (11)3.38 
Marshall County- Dax Myhand (12)3.52, Chris Jones 

(11)3.61, Chad Driskill (10)3.60 
McDowell - Keith Shelton (1 1) 3.60 
McLean County - Michael Johnson (12) 3.57, Eric 

Barnett (12)3.52, Forrest Jordan (12)3.50, Chris 

Cook (10)3.44, Jeff Troutman (10)3.37, Pat 

Caraway (11)3.26 
Mercer County - Kevin Russell (1 1) 3.60, Travis Taylor 

(11)3.30 
Murray- BartCrum (10)3.60 
Newport- Rodney Oilier (9)3.55, Gerald Casebolt (9) 

3.60 
Newport Central Catholic- Glenn Neyers (12)3.50 
North Hardin - Brian Brooks (11)3.60, James Stith 

(12)3.37, James Erb (10)3.40, Thoms McClendon 

(10)3.72, Reid Morris (9)3.30 
Paul Blazer - Daryl Hackworth (12)3.40, Dave Brown 

(10)3.40, Stuart Hackworth (10)3.30, Richard 

Sharpe (10)3.30, Jason Strader (9)3.50, John Kelly 

( 9) 3.30, Robert Lynch ( 9) 3.30 
Pleasure Ridge Park- Rodney B. Biddle (11)3.43 
Rockcastle County - Adam Coleman (12) 3.55 
Rowan County- Brad Hart (11)3.53, Brian Fouch (12) 

3.41,LorhnFrazier (12)3.35 
Russell- Matt Baker (10)3.40, Bobby J. Pratt (11)3.50 
Russellville- JohnMarkham (12)3.42, Larry Johnson 

(12)3.42 
Scott- JohnThurza (12)3.39, Robert Jordan (12)3.60, 

Robert Smith (12)3.50, Scott Smith (12)3.67 
Silver Grove - Terry Leap ( 9) 3.25, Joe Gubser (11) 

3.25 
Tollesboro - Darrell Adkins (10)3.68, Jason Applegate 

(10)3.50 
Trinity (Louisville)- Kenneth Black (12)3.70, Thomas 

Dillon (11)3.50, David Meredith (12)3.30, Scott 

Reifschneider (12)3.30, Shaun Taylor (12)3.30, 

David Winter (11)3.40 



Union County- Chad Dossett (10)3.37, Larry Ferrell 
(12)3.33, Mark Jorgensen (10)3.71, Joe Wheatley 
(12)3.64 

Wayne County- David Hatfield (12)3.31, Kevin Jones 
(12)3.60, Lance Turner (12)3.74, Don Radford (11) 
3.57, Kevin Sexton (10) 3.39, Scott Stamper (10) 3.28 I 

West Hopkins- David Darnall (11) 3.70, Troy Faulk (12) 
3.69, Jeremiah Jones (12)3.69, Heath Adams (9) 
3.50, Alan Reynolds (9)3.50, Pal Lawrence (11) 
3.40, Charles Lynn (10) 3.40, Brandon Tow (10) 3.26 

Western - Scott Mitchell ( 9) 3.33 

Boys Golf 

Ballard -Scott William (10)3.26, James Steele (12) 

3.30, Ron Acree (9)3.30, Richard Wade (9)3.50, 

Matt Taylor ( 9) 3.30 
Barren County - Patrick Staples (12) 3.28 
Beechwood - Chad Merse (12)3.35, Jamie Caudill (12) 

3.28 
Berea - Chris Lakes (1 1) 3.57 
Bishop Brossart- Rob Keller (11)3.25 
Boyd County - Shay Armstrong (1 1) 3.70, Jamie 

Woods (12)3.74 
Campbell County- Bryan R. Goodwin (10)3.50, John 

P. Bowman (11)3.60, Paul A. Griffin (11)3.40, David 

M.Page (10)3.74 
Danville - Angum Bux (12)3.25, PatMcClure (9)3.50 
Eastern- GregSekelsky (12)3.52, Dan Godbey (11) 

3.57 
Edmonson County- Tom Vincent (12)3.25 
Fairview - Jimmie Smith (11)3.28 
Fulton City- Todd Beadles (12)3.35 
Greenup County- Harry Hudt (10)3.49 
Harlan - Ben Rucks (12) 3.50, Stephen Bryson (12) ' 

3.40 
Jeffersontown - Ben Ollies ( 9) 3.70 
Johnson Central- Derrick Castle (11)3.44, Charles 

Music (12)3.28 
Louisville Collegiate - Matt hunt ( 9) 3.69, Adam 

Shapira (9)3.61, David Jasper (9)3.54 
McDowell- David W.Hall (11)3.49 
Mercer County- Chris Slone (11)3.30 
Middlesboro - Chad Turner (10)3.60 
Murray- Lance Balmer (12)3.60 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Terrance A. Penick (1 1) 3.56 
Rowan County- David Henson (11)3.72, Christopher 

Davis (12)3.26 
Russell - Jason Blair (11)3.69 
Russellville - Jerry Martin (11)3.57 
Scott- Bret Shepherd (10)3.37, JohnThurza (12)3.39 
Tates Creek - Mike Harmon (11)3.40 
Trinity (Louisville)- Steven Baron (10)3.50, Kenton 

Diehlman (10)3.40, Richard Tinsley (12)3.40 
Union County -Jason Berry (9)3.41, Eric Teague (12) 

3.44 
Wayne County- Kevin Sexton (10) 3.39 
West Hopkins- Brian Kelley (11)3.70, Shawn Oakley 

(12)3.50 
Western Hills - Donald Sweasy (11)3.58 

Boys Tennis 

Ballard - Chris Tongberg (10) 3.50, Brett Hawkins (12) | 

3.30, James Stuckert (12)3.30, David Lee (12)3.30, 

Todd Weiss (11)3.70 
Barren County- Steve Wininger (12)3.29 
Beechwood - Norio Saito ( 9) 3.66, Cliff Adams ( 9) 

3.63, Charlie Mescher ( 9) 3.46, Dan Nechemias (10) 

3.43 
Bell County - R. Scott Wilder (1 1) 3.35, Daryl Baker ( 9) 

3.50 
Bellevue - Craig Bricking (12)3.40 
Boyd County -Toby Bryan (12)3.50 
Boyle County- Mike Voss (12)3.69 
Campbell County - John A. Appel (1 1) 3.47, Brian Scott 

Tewes (10)3.61 
Danville - Ben Webster (1 1) 3.50, Jon Lenn ( 9) 3.70, 

Josh Lukins ( 9)3.70, David Vanderpool (9)3.27 
Daviess County- Chad Benefield (12)3.50, Devin Gary 

( 9) 3.67, Ronnie Horton (1 1) 3.33, Mitchell Jones ( 9) 

3.33 
East Hardin - Jason Fulkerson (12) 3.56, Kyle Key ( 9) 

3.33, Derek Preston (12)3.31 
Eastern - Mark Wein burg (12)3.60 
Frankfort - Jason Shaw ( 9) 3.38 
Franklin-Simpson - Paul Raines (12)3.44 
George Rogers Clark - Matt Lynch (12)3.50 
Harlan - Authur Howard (10)3.50, Scott Douglas (10) 

3.25 
Louisville Collegiate- Peter Butler (11)3.67 
Marshall County- Chad Colburn (11)3.66, EricSutt 

(11)3.55 
McLean County - Triston Greenwalt (1 1) 3.33 
Mercer County - Travis Long (1 1) 3.30 



Murray- Josh Johnson (10)3.40, Dustin Rader (11) 

3.60, Aaron Whitaker ( 9) 3.50 
Newport - Jason Yates (12)3.34, Greg Sloan (12)3.32, 

Doug Fields (12)3.25 
North Hardin- Bernie Howard (12)3.60, Ernest Smith 

(12)3.25, Lane Fowler (12)3.25 
Paul Blazer- Sandip Sarker ( 9) 3.50 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Samuel 0. Adams (12)3.28, Todd 

S. Raderer (10)3.33 
Rowan County - Nathan Tingle ( 9) 3.70 
Russell- Don Inskeep (12)3.74, Evan Whits (9)3.40 
Russellville - Jeff Holt (12)3.71, Amon Pathak (9)3.71 
Scott- Fabian Johnston (12)3.70 
Tates Creek - Mark Bailey (1 1) 3.40 
Trinity (Louisville)- Stephen Mather (12)3.30, Stepehn 

Rueff (12) 3.50, Todd Warren (10)3.50 
Union County- Jason Ainslie (10)3.66 
West Hopkins - Tim Marsh (1 1) 3.60, Charlie Hardin 

(10)3.30 
Western - Jeffrey Wright (10) 3.30 
Western Hitis- Daniel Hinton (9)3.66 

Boys Track 

Ballard - David Kirkpatrick (10) 3.63, Geoffrey Dendy 

(1 1) 3.40, Shannon Stevens ( 9) 3.50 
Ballard Memorial- Tom Dorris (12)3.50 
Barren County- Jeff Coomer (12)3.50, Chris Gooden 

(12)3.30, Chris Hammer (12)3.60, Greg Turner (12) 

3.58, Terry Gray (12)3.25, Scott Young (11)3.25, 

Larry Lock (10)3.67, Ricky Lynn (10) 3.50, Todd 

Ballard (9)3.25 
Bellevue- Shannon Haggard (9)3.60 
Berea-Noah Hyleck (11)3.53, Matt Montgomery (11) 

3.73, Brendan Pierce (11)3.70, G.T. Chambers (12) 

3.65 
Bishop Brossart- Tim Harden (11)3.33, Ryan Phirman 

(9)3.71 
Boyd County- Gary Dillion (11)3.60, Greg White (11) 

3.63, John Stacy (10)3.25 
Campbell County- Aaron C.Taylor (10)3.37, Michael 

Hall (12)3.31 
Daviess County- John Locher (12)3.41, Mike 

Rousseau (11)3.33 
Dayton - Rob Keifer (11) 3.56, Willy Sorrell (1 1) 3.67 
Edmonson County- Bobby Brooks (9)3.66 
Fairview- Rodney Johnstone (12)3.63, Greg Graham 

(11)3.30 
Frankfort- David Gray (12)3.50, Greg Miklavcic (11) 

3.60 
Franklin-Simpson - Steve Austin (1 1) 3.55 
Harlan - Brian Brock (1 1) 3.60, Edell Gray (12) 3.30 
Johnson Central - Brian Johnson (12) 3.32, Donnie 

Mccarty (12)3.47 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf- John Layne (10)3.25 
Madisonville-North Hopkins- Bryan Lamb (12)3.25 
Marshall County- Holly Morgan (12)3.71 
McLean County- David Burden (11)3.33 
Menifee County- Kenneth Pugh (12)3.30 
Mercer County - Kelly Goodlett (11) 3.30, Kelly 

Derringer (12)3.30 
North Bullitt- Anthony Devine ( 9) 3,33, Patrick Diener 

(10)3.33, Ben Fraley (10)3.67 
Pleasure Ridge Park - Michael C. Harris (11)3.55, Sean 

T. Browne (12)3.43 
Rowan County- Ronnie Debord (11)3.58 
Russell- DaveStaley (12)3.30, Jim Malone (11)3.50, 

Dave Palmer (11)3.30, Marty Conley (9)3.30 
Russellville - Brad Brown (12)3.71, Clarence Gamble 

(12)3.57, Todd Hammerstone (12)3.57, Taylor 

Gamble (10)3.28 
Scott- Brian Carr (12)3.45, Chris Herzog (12)3.70, 

Richard Koehl (12)3.43, Mike Stacy (10)3.29 
Southern- Patrick Woulfe (9)3.50, Robert Edwards 

(11)3.50 
St. Camillus- Mark Mowery (10)3.50, Tom Daniel (10) 

3.30 
Tates Creek - Brian Okeson (11) 3.40 
Trinity (Louisville)- Manuel Francia (11)3.70, Brian 

French (11)3.40, Todd Gagel (10)3.50, Anthony 

Goodman (10)3.40, John Heim (11)3.30, Stephen 

Kim (10)3.30, Richard Paulin (10)3.50, Scott Roby 

(1 1) 3.70, Steven Russell (1 0) 3.50, Kevin Sullivan 
(11)3.40, Shawn Van Meter (10)3.40 

Union County- Mike McLaughlin (10)3.67 

West Hopkins - Steven Smith ( 9) 3.60, Shawn Oakley 

(12) 3.S0, Mike Trent ( 9) 3.50, Brandon Lynn (1 1) 
3.40, Kendall Vickery (11)3.40, Mike Carroll (9)3.25 

Western Hills- Jason Renfrew (10)3.50, Kelly Rapier ( 

9) 3.50 
Woodford County- Brian Johnson (11)3.71, Rick 

Matlock (9)3.50, Mike Fleener (10)3.50 

GIris GoH 



Assumption - Allison Griffin (1 1) 3.71, Marcia Weber 

(12)3.61 
Ballard - Jennifer Cleaver (12)3.40 
Boyd County - Kate Scott (10) 3.33 
Daviess County - Melissa Modlinski (11) 3.46, Marjie 

Rightmyer (12)3.25, Kathy Heath (12)3.50, Jennifer 

Carver (10)3.30 
Franklin-Simpson - Kimmye Sheppard (1 1) 3.44, Jodie 

Rossiter (10)3.45 
Johnson Central - Mary McKenzie (12) 3.54, Rachelle 

Wallen (12)3.25, Dana Webb (11)3.56 
Murray- Kristen Hornback (9)3.60, Jennifer Howe (9) 

3.50 
Notre Dame - Pam Fleck (1 2) 3.60, Mindy Moellering 

(10)3.50, Rachel Schroder (10)3.70, Amy Wehrman 

(10)3.70 
Rowan County- Andrea Wright (10)3.61, Jenny Perry 

(1 1) 3.52, Sami Adkins (10) 3.25 
Russellville- Rebecca Hartley (12)3.71, Allyson 

Hartley (9)3.71, Kellee Cook (11)3.57 
Sacred Heart- Dana Conliffe (12)3.41, Anne Hackett 

(12)3.30 
Woodford County -Shannon Spatcher (11)3.50, 

Jeannie Stutts (11)3.42 

Girls Tennis 

Assumption - Laura Hougland (12)3.66, Shannon 

Dilger (10)3.61, Lynn Lanning (12)3.55, Ingrid 

Bissmeyer (10)3.33 
Ballard - Jessica Bishop (12)3.30, Stacy Seay (12) 

3.40, Sophia Tseng (12)3.30, Elizabeth Matlock (9) 

3.50, Cara Holloway (9)3.50, Adrienne Herren (9) 

3.60 
Barren County - Amy Elizabeth Coffey (12) 3.58, Lisa 

Vickers (11)3.43 
Beechwood- Karen Wells (10)3.63 
Bell County - Pauline D. Davis (12) 3.69, Linda A. 

O'Brien (10)3.50 
Bellevue - Sallie Salazar (1 1) 3.67, Jenny Ruck ( 9) 3.25, 

Jennifer Willis (9)3.25, Jodi Yates (8)3.43, Jennifer 

Dunaway ( 8} 3.69, Michelle Bray ( 8) 3.25, Jennifer 

Trosper ( 7) 3.25 
Boyd County - Toinetta Fields (11)3.34, Kim Craycraft 

(12)3.60, Susan Wilcox (12)3.45 
Campbell County - Jennifer Guckiean ( 9) 3.30, Amanda 

S. Kelley ( 9) 3.35, Cora K. Krebs (1 1) 3.25, Amy J. 

Decker (11)3.62, Katrina R. Foust (11)3.43, Jennifer 

A. Mulloy (10)3.64, GinnieM. Riggs (10)3.39, Amy 

L. Butsch (12)3.63 
Campbellsville-LibbySherrill (12)3.55 
Danville - Aneeta Bux ( 9) 3.40, Kathy Keef er ( 9) 3.60 
Daviess County- Lanie Christ (12)3.62, Kerri Nunley ( 

9)3.67, Courtney Herreld (9)3.67 
Dayton- Heidi Herzog (12)3.56 
East Hardin - Angela Cornett (10)3.73, Stacey Milby 

(12) 3.50, Amy Miller (11)3.38 

Eastern - Heidi Pitts (11)3.27, Leslie Brown (10)3.50 
Frankfort - Lizzie Lange ( 9) 3.40, Lori Armstrong ( 9) 

3.29 
Franklin-Simpson -Tamera Hazelip (10)3.33, Melanie 

Dean (10)3.66 
Harlan - Kim Keith (10)3.70, Crystal Lusk (10)3.30, 

Selena Turner (11)3.40, Deborah Slaven (11)3.60, 

Brooke Moretz (12)3.50, Susan Landis (9)3.50, 

Angela Saxena ( 9) 3.50 
Holy Cross (Covington) -KellieSchild (12)3.42, Kelly 

Qoller (10)3.69, Robin Timmerding (10)3.66, WEndy 

Bosley (10)3.56, Shannon Williams (10)3.39, 

Michelle Metzger (9)3.33 
Louisville Collegiate- Jenny Logan (11)3.29 
Mercer County- Kaori Ishikawa (10)3.60 
Middlesboro - Melissa Knuckles (11)3.68 
Murray- Kim Sexton (10)3.60, Molly Sims (10)3.60, 

Shannon Wilkins (11)3.50, Beth Wilson (10)3.40 
North Bullitt -Toni Johnson (11)3.45, Heather Mullins 

( 9) 3.66 
Notre Dame - Amy Air (12) 3.60, Beth Baumgartner (1 1) 

3.40, Jenny Bessler (12)3.60, Brigid Decker (10) 

3.50, Chelsea Hemingway (10)3.40, Stephanie 

Marsh (9)3.30, Mindy Moore (10)3.40, Nikki 

Saulino (12)3.60, Theresa Schuh (10)3.60, Kim 

Weis (10)3.60 
Paul Blazer- Stephanie Meyers (12)3.60, Cheri Miller 

(11)3.60 
Pleasure Ridge Park -Tina A. Munz (12)3.31, Lori A. 

Shain (12)3,25 
Rowan County - Adrielle Craft (12) 3.50 
Russellville -Courtney Wright (11)3.71, Janet Shook 

(10)3.57 
Sacred Heart- Marti Stuedle (9)3.72, Karyn Miller (11) 

3.28 
Scott - Allison Cook ( 9) 3.58, Kate Stallard (1 1) 3.66 
Tates Creek -YokikoAsano (10)3.50, Lisa Chaney (11) 

3.50, Kim Fraus (11)3.66, Sarah Nierva (10)3.66 



Union County- Viebeke Bjounshau (12)3.41 
Villa Madonna - Vicky Schooler (11) 3.60, Sara 

Sondgerath (9)3.50, Emily Long (9)3.50 
West Hopkins - Rachel Long (12)3.38 
Western - Susan Cho (10)3.40, Beverly Inghram (12) 

3.51, Melissa Lawson (9)3.33, Tonya Stengel (10) 

3.50, KimbsrIyWatkins (12)3.70 
Western Hills - Kate Fiero (10) 3.36, Lori Taylor (10) 

3.50 

GIris Track 

Assumption - Shannon Kilkelly (1 1) 3.72, Amy Pace (10) 
3.61, Becca Jennings (9)3.55, Rose Devasia (11) 
3.44, Heather Pace (10)3.44, Jennifer Marcum (11) 
3.40, Emily Elkin (10)3.27 

Ballard- Kimberly Graves (10)3.46, Tasha Stone (12) 
3.40, Heidi Decock (9)3.50 

Bell County- Robin Cox (9)3.34, Angle Evans (9)3.34 

Bellevue - Gretta Streutker (12) 3.80, Tammy Wilson 
(12)3.60, Jenny Swope (12)3.50, Jill Tolin (10)3.33 

Berea - Trina Burnell (11)3.31, Sherri Barrett (9)3.40 

Bishop Brossart- Renee Perkins (12)3.56, Cindy Holtz 
(12)3.25, Bridgett Kroger (12)3.33, Bridgett Everett 
(11)3.33, Nancy Manhardt (10)3.73, Jenna Bauch ( 
9)3.71 

Boyle County- Amy Galvin (10)3.60, Julie Hightower 
(10)3.66 

Campbell County - Becky L. Griffin ( 9) 3.40, Christa S. 
Ingram ( 9) 3.25, Caria L. Riley ( 9) 3.30, Trisha A. 
Rechtiene (12)3.31 

Campbellsville - jerhonda Spaulding (12) 3.43, Phyllis 
Bertram (12)3.49, UmekaShively (10)3.71, Denise 
Dunlap (11)3.70 

Daviess County- Jennifer Parr (12) 3.45, Christie 
Chibarek (9)3.50 

Dayton - Stacey Schowalter (1 2) 3.67 

Eastern -Tracy Thompson (12)3.38 

Edmonson County - Roni Brooks ( 9) 3.66, Stefani 
Ross (9)3.50 

Fairview - Nichi Settle (1 1) 3.50, Tiffany Humphrey 
(11)3.42 

Frankfort- Kimberly Hancock (10)3.50 

Franklin-Simpson - Tina Mock (10) 3.25 

Greenup County- Deanna Howard (11)3.49, Rhonda 
Nickel (11)3.33 

Harlan - Lucy Miller (11)3.70, Delight Hatfield (11) 
3.50 

Harrison County- Jenny Ross (12)3.74, Stacey 
Bishop (10)3.66, Candida Clifford (10)3.33, Lisa 
English (10)3.66, Tracy Hopkins (10)3.50, Tera 
Perraut (10)3.66, Carman Thornton (10)3.50, Mary 
K. Hicks ( 9) 3.33, Michelle Sellers ( 9) 3.66, Carrie 
Clifford (10)3.50, Beth Hutton (10)3.50 

Jeff ersontown - Jenny Truax (1 2) 3.30, Jennifer Kei ber 
(9)3.33 

Johnson Central- Wendy Webb (11)3.72 

Letcher -Terri Hensley (9)3.60 

Madisonville-North Hopkins- Cynthia Tabor (12)3.54 

Marshall County- Amy Darst (10)3.50 

Mercer County - Melissa Wayne (1 1) 3.50 

Murray- Allison Burton (10)3.50, Channon Chaney 
(10)3.50, Shelly Hasty (10)3.60, Heather Key (10) 
3.40, Jennifer Parker (1 1) 3.60 

North Bullitt -Tiffany Coleman (9)3.58, Cora Conn (9) 
3.50, Tonya Cunditt (1 1) 3.60, Kim Dial (1 2) 3.33, 
Kristi Hester ( 9) 3.33, Candice Rice (1 1) 3.60 

Notre Dame- Bridget Bailey (10)3.60, Maria Beierle 
(10)3.70, Nikki Bradley (9)3.30, Mindy Bravo (11) 
3.30, Christa Butler (10)3.70, Gina Casnellie (10) 
3.70, Jodi Dressman ( 9) 3.50, Darlene Eisman ( 9) 
3.60, Penny Fleck ( 9) 3.50, Paula Frambos ( 9) 3.30, 
LisaFurst (10)3.70, Cindy Goebel (10)3.70, Ida 
Hitzler (12)3.40, Carolyn Hobbs (10)3.70, Pam 
Hodge (12) 3.70, Tracy Krebs (10)3.60, Becky 
KreissI (9)3.50, Debbie Kruetzkamp (12)3.60, Kellie 
Kute (10)3.70, Nicole Legeay (10)3.70, Tara Neltner 
(9)3.30, Erin Reker (10)3.50, Emily Roebel (9)3.50, 
Denise Roh miller (9)3.70, Patty Wagner (12)3.50, 
Beth Woeste (10) 3.70, Sharon Yelton ( 9) 3.60, Lisa 
Buckley (12)3.60 

Paul Blazer- Tara Forte (11)3.50, Valerie Marsh (11) 
3.30, Jennifer Reffitt (1 1) 3.70, Lakisha Nelson ( 9) 
3.30 

Russell- Joy Beatty (12)3.29, Terri Herron (12)3.30, 
KendraBlanton (10)3.40, Rachel Stafford (10)3.50, 
Raegan Watson (10)3.50, Amy Welsh (10)3.28, 
Glenda Easterling (10)3.50 

Russellville - Courtnay Gatlin ( 9) 3.57, Heather Patter 
(10) 3.28 

Sacred Heart- Danielle Morris (11)3.63, Catherine 
Qreenwell (9)3.66, Jenny Wagner (10)3.46, Karyn 
Miller (11)3.28 

Scott -Christina Coon (9)3.58 



St Camillus - Rebecca Keen ( 9) 3.70, Marlena Douglas 

(12)3.40, Cassandra Coins (12)3.30 
Union County- Katharine Lamer (10)3.41, Philana 

Sibley (9)3.S8 
Wast Hopkins- Melanie Gilmore (12)3.28, Alanda 

Oakley (10)3.26 
Western - Stephanie Carter (12) 3.62, Angela Szalay 

(12) 3.26, Shelia Szalay ( 9) 3.50 
Western Hills- Wendy Wells (9)3.33 
Woodford County- Laura Steen (10)3.42, Amy Gibbs ( 

9) 3.50, SUcey Wmkfield (10) 3.25 

Softball 

Assumption - Lisa Heuser (12) 3.66, OeAnna Pate (12) 

3.61, Janie Hollkamp (10)3.42, Christy Ferrell (11) 

3.33 
Ballard - Reonna Henderson (1 1) 3.40, Jennifer 

Gnadinger (12)3.70, Julie McCan (12)3.30, 

Meredith Lindeman (11)3.30, Jennifer Burke (9) 

3.60, Lauren Satterwhite (9)3.30, Robin Tegge (9) 

3.30 
Barren County- Melanie Gray (12)3.71, Darby Price 

(12)3.31, Angle Russell (12)3.29, Ericka Mutter (12) 

3.50, Michelle Wood (9)3.50, Ellen Hawkins (10) 

3.27 
Beechwood - Gloria Crapser (11) 3.27 
Bishop Brossart- Shannon Haubner (10)3.31 
Boyd County- Lisa Wilson (10)3.41, Nancy Terry (10) 

3.38 
Boyle County- Stacey Edwards (10)3.61 
Campbell County - Dana R. Buckner ( 9) 3.25, Jamie D. 

Ferguson ( 9) 3.25, Shelly R. Russell ( 9) 3.40, Tyna 

L. Freeman (10) 3.33, Jill Roettger (10) 3.44, Monica 

A. Verst (10)3.57, Jenny Haas (12)3.63 
Campbellsville- Beth Bartman (11)3.50, April Carter 

(11)3.34 
Caverna- Felicia Garvin (12)3.46, Anissa Carver (10) 

3.36 
Daviess County- Jennifer Blaine (12)3.31, Bridget 

Frailley (10)3.50, Kathy Taylor (12)3.47 
East Hardin- Robbie Horn back (12)3.60, Betsy 

Jeffries (12)3.40, Renata Kuchowicz (12)3.25, 

KrisU Harned (11)3.25, Jessica Kinkade (11)3.25, 

Bethany Bogue (10)3.35, Cathy Brawner (10)3.40, 

Leslie Cruse (10) 3.60, Holly Riney (10) 3.60, Shellie 

Barksdale ( 9) 3.35, Stephanie Cruse ( 9) 3.25, Patty 

Edmonds (10)3.25 
Eastern - April Arbach (9)3.66, Cathy Chadwick (10) 

3.65, Casey Barn hart (11)3.50, Rachel Murse (12) 

3.54 
Edmonson County - Jennifer Priddy ( 9) 3.50, Jodi 

Sanders (9)3.50, Rhonda Meredith (12)3.43, 

Andrea Patton (10)3.31 
Estill County- Lynn Hatton (11)3.36, Kim Walters (11) 

3.43, Larriette Frymyer (10)3.27, Stacy Mcintosh 

(10) 3.38, Kristi Woolery (10) 3.38, Heather Sizemore 

(9)3.66 
Franklin-Simpson - Suni Dixon (11)3.66, Amanda 

Thurmond (10)3.33 
Greenup County- Michelle Stambaugh (12)3.51, 

Leslie Salyers (11)3.41 
Henry County -Terry Moore (12)3.36, Renae Parsons ( 

9)3.30, Bridgette McManis (10)3.30 
Holy Cross (Covington) - Melanie Chisenhall (12) 3.62, 

Beth Braunwart (12)3.30, Sherri Franzen (11)3.60, 

Dawn Franzen (10)3.50, Becky Hemsath (9)3.33 
Jeffersontown- Missy Harms (12)3.50, Rosemay 

Ruckriegel (12)3.30 
Letcher- Michelle Adams (11) 3.44, Marie Parks (10) 

3.70 
Louisville Collegiate - Lisa Morton (10)3.65, Lee Harris 

(12)3.60, Kate Harper (9)3.46. Heather MacColl 

(10)3.26 
Marshall County- Kandi Wommack (11)3.50, Rechelle 

Cadwell (10)3.50, Missy Lee (10)3.70, Robin Lutz 

(10)3.54 
McDowell- Debbie Page (12)3.59, Tish Slone (12) 

3.28, Priscilla Crawford (11)3.25 
McLean County- Lisa Wahl (12)3.49, Heather 

McClellan (10)3.41 
Meade County- Julie Crigler (12)3.25, Rhonda 

Matthews (3)3.50, Michele Ledford (22)3.25, Julie 

Wardrip (10) 3.25, Elaina Willis (9)3.28 
Mercer County - Joy Buerhaus (12) 3.50, Bridgett 

Chilton (10)3.60 
Murray - Colette Jonet ( 9) 3.60, Jennifer Parker (11) 

3.60, Leslie Weatherford (11)3.40 
North Bullitt- Sandra Richmond (12)3.54, Kristi Bauer 

(12) 3.68, Jennifer Driskill (1 1) 3.70, Julia Neigh bors 

(11)3.50, Sherry Kelly (9)3.25, Lynn LaRock (10) 

3.25, Vicki Richardson (11)3.33 
North Hardin- Bethany Kaelin (12)3.52 
Notre Dame - Amy Bosch (12)3.70, Pam Loheide (12) 

3.70, Paula Koch (12)3.70, Monica Miller (12)3.70, 



Jenny Thomas (12)3.60, Laura Downton (11)3.40, 
Molly McDermott (11)3.50, Kim Moehlman (11) 
3.70, Barbara DeGregory (10) 3.60, Michelle 
McElroy (10)3.50, Andrea Rhodes (10)3.50, Krista 
Robinson (10)3.40, Katie TiesI (10)3.30, Molly 
Schreiner (10)3.50, Valerie Domanico (9)3.60, Amy 
Finn ( 9) 3.50, Kate Jenner ( 9) 3.40 

Pleasure Ridge Park - Denise A. Higdon (10) 3.33, Julie 
A. Luttrell (10)3.45 

Pulaski County- Heather Holbrook (12)3.50, Jana 
Withers (12)3.60, Keli Wells (12)3.30, Bridgette 
Benedict (10)3.40, Amy Tarter (11)3.40, Kasey 
Tarter (11)3.70 

Russell- Julie Allen (12)3.50 

Russellville - Amy Givens (10)3.57, Dana Scott (11) 
3.42 

Sacred Heart -Suzanne Bizot (10)3.67, Kelly Ougan 
(1 1) 3.55, Kathleen Thomas (12) 3.51, Mandy Nett 
(10) 3.41, Susan Cermack (11)3.41 

Silver Grove - Alethea Cummins ( 9) 3.25, Dana Reed ( 
9)3.25 

Southern - Stephanie Metzmeier (12) 3.30 

Tatas Creek - Yoke Shiomi (10) 3.58, Lisa Thuringer 
(10)3.25 

Tollesboro - Amy McCann ( 9) 3.33 

Union County - Andrea Dayberry ( 9) 3.56, Melinda 
Farmer (9)3.33, Amanda Meacham (10)3.50 

Wayne County - Kendra Germain (12) 3.55, Lora 
Humble (11)3.73, Shelly Roberts (9)3.67 

West Hopkins - Tracy Babb (11)3.70, Amy Mayfield ( 
9) 3.60, Jill Musgrove (12)3.40, Tonya Johnston (10) 
3.40, Teresa Hendrix (12)3.30, Carey Tedder (10) 
3.26 

Western - Jill Bowman (12)3.52, Kina Capito (11)3.30, 
Jennifer Decker (12)3.28, Jennifer Mosier (10)3.33, 
Shellea Rixman (9)3.30, Angela Thompson (10)3.60 

Western Hills- ShayneWigglesworth (9)3.50 

Woodford County - April Jones (12) 3.50 



Congratulations to the 1 988-89 Academic All State 
Recipients!! 

ATTENTION ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

The nomination forms for the 1 989-90 Academic All 

State Teams have been mailed to your school. 

Please be sure they are completed by the published 

deadline so that your students receive their 

deserved recognition. 

And thank you for your cooperation!! 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Jeff Scott, Fort Campbell 
Class AA Individual Champion 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
FIRST 15 RUNNERS 



PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Jeff Scott 


Fort Campbell 


16:19.59 


2 


James Scott 


Fort Campbell 


16:47.65 


3 


Bradley Tucker 


Union Co. 


16:50.48 


4 


Tate Dillow 


Russell 


16:55.52 


5 


Glenn Cram 


Grant Co. 


17:02.51 


6 


Jay Dunning 


Warren East 


17:05.90 


7 


Jason Renfrew 


Western Hills 


17:07.17 


8 


Antonio Palmer 


Tilghman 


17:08.23 


9 


Chris Camuel 


Rowan Co. 


17:11.32 


10 


Kevin Ward 


Owen. Cath. 


17:11.71 


11 


Eddie Rodriguez 


Fort Campbell 


17:12.41 


12 


Anthony Keeton 


Rowan Co. 


17:14.88 


13 


Devin Gettinger 


So. Oldham 


17:17.64 


14 


Stuart Sullivan 


E. Hardin 


17:24.35 


15 


Jamie Peerce 


Warren East 


17:25.11 



CLASS AA BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Fort Campbell 53 

2 Warren East 119 

3 Rowan Co 131 

4 Barren Co 1 59 

5 Highlands 167 

6 West Hills 168 

7 Russell 194 

8 E. Hardin 205 

9 So. Oldham 207 

10 Anderson 208 

11 Tilghman 216 

12 Cov. Cath 246 

1 3 Simon Kenton 286 

14 Adair Co 314 

15 Marion Co 335 

16 Taylor Co 370 

17 Fort Knox 414 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS AA CHAMPION 









JeH Scott, James Scott, Eddie Rodriquez, B.J. Brocious, John 
Tenbrink, Kendrix Jefferson, Mike Conway. Coach Lee Lange. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Ed Wilhite, Danville 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A BOYS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Ed Wilhite 


Danville 


16:30.12 


2 


Sliawn Stanley 


Cordia 


16:31.22 


3 


Joe Gubser 


Silver Grove 


16:45.47 


4 


Brandon Gayhert 


Cordia 


17:00.28 


5 


Rick Mariani 


New Ce. Cat. 


17:06.75 


6 


Scott Fox 


B. Brossart 


17:10.78 


7 


Ernie Brooks 


Dayton 


17:13.07 


8 


Mark Albrinck 


St. Henry 


17:17.22 


9 


Tim Harden 


B. Brossart 


17:30.22 


10 


Keith Combs 


Cordia 


17:34.85 


11 


Matt Montgomery 


Berea 


17:38.17 


12 


Randy Smith 


Walton Verona 


17:39.66 


13 


Shannon Haggard 


Bellevue 


17:42.75 


14 


Eugene Bush 


Cordia 


17:43.21 


15 


Scott McDonald 


B. Brossart 


17:45.77 



CLASS A BOYS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 Cordia 60 

2 Dayton 77 

3 B. Brossart 80 

4 Walton Verona 124 

5 Chris. Acad 182 

6 Berea 183 

7 Caverna 203 

8 Oneida Baptist 204 

9 Danville 235 

10 St. Mary 268 

11 Frankfort 288 

11 Graham 288 

13 Bath Co 291 

14 Lee Co 305 

15 Carroll Co 396 



CORDIA HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Shawn Stanley, Brandon Gayheart, Keith Combs, Eugene Bush, 
Richard Ritchie, Shane Stanley, Bryan Combs, Coach Elmer Combs. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



PAGE NINE 



1989-90 CROSS COUNTRY 
CHAMPIONS 




Stephanie Edgar, Dayton 
Class A Individual Champion 





CLASS A GIRLS' 






FIRST 15 RUNNERS 




PL 


NAME 


TEAM 


TIME 


1 


Stephanie Edgar 


Dayton 


10:53.89 


2 


Maureen Egan 


St. Henry 


11:01.33 


3 


Amy Clements 


St. Henry 


11:10.84 


4 


Debbie Finke 


Danville 


11:16.54 


5 


Christina Brown 


Owen Co. 


11:18.96 


6 


Carrie Barber 


Frankfort 


11:21.78 


7 


Catherine Hancock 


Frankfort 


11:32.77 


8 


Teresa Finke 


St. Henry 


11:44.49 


9 


Kimberly Hancock 


Frankfort 


11:46.20 


10 


Jayme Clements 


St. Henry 


11:53.50 


11 


Adrienne Hundemer 


Dayton 


12:02.78 


12 


Jill Kemper 


Carroll Co. 


12:07.48 


13 


Erika Hayes 


Carroll Co. 


12:11.40 


14 


Nancy Manhardt 


B. Brossart 


12:13.05 


15 


Melinda Butsch 


St. Henry 


12:14.30 



CLASS A GIRLS' 
TEAM SCORES 



PL TEAM SCORE 

1 St. Henry 35 

2 Dayton 77 

3 Danville 88 

4 Frankfort 109 

5 Raceland 138 

6 Caverna 187 

7 Cordia 203 

8 Owen Co 205 

9 Somerset 232 

10 St. Mary 254 

11 Ky. Co. Day 255 

1 1 Allen Central 324 

13 Dawson Springs 336 



ST. HENRY HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS' CLASS A CHAMPION 




Maureen Egan, Amy Clements, Teresa Finke, Jayme Clements, 
Melinda Butsch, Beth Poniin, Kristin Brauer. Coach Ray Kues. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



1989 STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

Eastern High School, Louisville, Kentucky (Final Rounds Only) 
November 9-11, 1989 



Ballard 3 (OT) 





Ballard 1 


Ballard 2 




Male 2 


Lexington Catholic 








Lexington Catholic 2 


Montgomery County 








Shelby County 


Marshall County 






Ballard 


Apollo 


State Champion 






Marshall County 4 


Montgomery County 1 








Montgomery County 1 










Covington Catholic 







1989-90 Soccer Champions - Ballard High School 




FIRST ROW L-R: Clay Dalton, Chan Seang, David Molloy, Josh Wachsman, Chad Holloway, Lee Wetherton, Scott Menne, 
Mark Dueble, Andy Cole, Mike Huber, Brett Shipman. SECOND ROW: Coach Dave Fernandez, Andy Colvilie, Allan Wright, 
Chris Tobin, Tony Cicero, Tom Neff, Jimmy Harrison, Dan Burgard, Jason Martin, Greg Watson, Mike Wakefield, Jeff 
Howington, Chris Craxton, Asst. Coach David Travis. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 



PAGE ELEVEN 



o 



1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rules Book 

Pg. 29 and 71, in 4039e. change "defensive" to "offensive" 

Case Book 

Pg. 1 5, Play 38, item (c), add— "and any nontlagrant foul against A1 in tlie act of 

shooting" 

Pg. 33. Delete Play 4.18.1 

Pg. 38, Delete Play 4.38c 

Pg, 55. Play 7. 5. 28, in (c) change "defense" to "offense" 

Illustrated 

Pg. 7. top - change "1/2" to "1/4" 

SITUATION #1: The game is being played in a gymnasium which has the 
permissible red lights mounted behind each backboard. A1 takes a shot just as the 
4th quarter is about to end The gym is very noisy and the trail official is unable to 
hear the horn but the red light does go on just after the ball leaves A1 's hands. The 
try IS successful. The timers disagree as to whether or not the horn sounded before 
the ball was in flight. 

RULING: Even though the red light did go on it cannot be used as the only basis for 
a ruling. The referee will have to make the final decision and in this case vt/ould rule 
the goal counts. (1-14. 2-13-3) 

SITUATION #2: Substitute A6 reports to the scorer just after the warning signal is 
sounded during a time-out- The scorer advises A6 that he or she will not be 
allowed to enter until the next opportunity for substitution. The Team A coach 
beckons A6 to return to the bench 

RULING: This is permissible. The substitute is not obligated to remain at the table- 
However, A6 would have to report again before being allowed to enter the court. If 
A6 remains at the table he or she may actually replace a different player if such 
request is made when the next opportunity for substitution occurs. (3-3-1a) 
SITUTATION #3: The players of Team A are wearing shirts whch have "Excelsior" 
in a straight horizontal line above the number and "Springs" below the number on 
the front. In addition. "Lady" is vertically positioned on one side and "Tigers" on 
the opposite side of the number. 

RULING: If the number is clearly visible, the names surrounding the number are 
allowed as described. Two identifying names are permitted and placement may be 
horizontal and/or vertical. 

SITUATION #4: If a team has illegal uniforms because of lettering or numbers 
-other than identical numbers - what is the penalty? 

RULING: Each squad member who reports to enter would be charged with a 
technical foul. Once penalized, no further penalty s authorized for the infraction. 
The illegal shirt may be worn without further penalty {3-4-2;10-3-4) 
SITUATION #5: A1 's dribble is interrupted when the ball deflects off his or her foot 
and bounces away. Both A1 and B1 move quickly to get the ball. A1 pushes Bl and 
the contact is judged to be a foul. 

RULING: A player control foul is charged to A1 Even though the dribble was 
interrupted, A1 was still in player control because the dribble had not ended. 
(4-15-4,5) 

SITUATION #6: A2 orally requests a timeout: (a) when the ball is on the floor at A1 "s 
disposal for a throw-in; or (b) while A1 is running with the ball along the end line 
during a throw-in; or (c) when Al's throw-in pass is in flight toward A2, 
RULING: The request is granted in (a) and (b). but denied in (c). In (c) there is no 
player control once A1 passes the ball. (5-8-3a) 

SITUATION #7: A2 is positioned within the restricted area of the lane while A1 has 
the ball out-of-bounds for a throw-in at a spot outside the end line by A's basket. 
Since A1 and Team A are in control, is the 3-second count in effect? 
RULING: No. The 3-second count does not begin until Team A has control in A's 
frontcourt. While player and team control exists, there actually is not control in 
either the front-court or backcourt as the thrower is out-of-bounds and as such is 
not in either court. (4-12-5.6; 9-7) 

COMMENT: The same interpretation exists on a throw-in as it affects a baukcourt 
violation. The ball is not thrown from one court to another on a throw-in. The over 
and back provision is not activated until a player inbounds gains control of the ball. 
SITUATION #8: Following a goal the ball is lying on the floor outside the end line 
and A2 could pick it up for the throw-in if he or she wanted to. However. A1 is busy 
giving directions to teammates. The covering official judges the ball is available to 
A1 and so he or she begins the throw-in count. The count is at 4 when A1 requests 
a time-out with the ball still on the floor. 

RULING: The request is granted as a timeout is permissible when the ball is at the 
disposal of the thrower. When the ball is available to the thrower, it is at his or her 
disposal. However, once the throw-in pass is released inbounds, a time-out may 
not be granted until a player is again in control. (4-4-7; 5-8-3a) 



SITUATION #9: A1 is fouled in the act of shooting by 81. Al's try is batted away 
from the basket by 82. 82 is charged with defensive goaltending, 
RULING: A1 is credited with 2 points and will be awarded 1 free throw for the foul 
by Bl , The lane will not be cleared for A1 's free throw attempt. If the free throw is 
made, the throw-in by Team B will be from anywhere along the end line. (7-5-6) 
SITUATION #10: A1 commits an airborne shooter player control foul after 
releasing the ball on a try. The ball goes through the basket immediately after the 
foul. 

RULING: No goal can be scored because of the player control foul. The throw-in 
by 8 is from a designated spot out-of-bounds nearest to where A1 s foul occurred. 
(7-5-4) 

SITUATION #11: 81 goaltends on airborne shooter Al's try. A1 fouls 81 in 
returning to the count. 

RULING: Since no free throws result for the player control foul, B's throw-in Is from 
anywhere along the end line because of the goal awarded for Bl's violation. 
(7-5-6; 9-12 Pen 1) 

SITUATION #12: A1 has the ball for a throw-in from near the division line. A1 lobs 
the ball toward As basket for an apparent catch and dunk attempt by A2. The pass 
is slightly off course and goes directly through A's basket. 
RULING: No goal can be scored if a throw-m goes through the basket before 
being touched by an inbounds player. The throw-in for B will be from the spot A1 
violated, which is the spot from which Al threw the ball. (5-1; 9-3-6) 
SITUATION #13: Team A still trails by 2 points after scoring a goal with just 10 
seconds on the clock in the 4th quarter of play. As the ball comes through the net, 
Al steps out-of-bounds and grabs the ball. Al immediately inbounds the ball to A2 
who jumps and lays the ball into and through A's basket. Team B and the officials 
are confused and the scorer is signalling for an official to come to the table to 
explain what is going on. 

RULING: Charge Team A with a technical foul for an unsportsmanlike act and 
cancel the goal In addition, the referee shall put consumed time back on the clock, 
(10-1-8) 

COMMENT: Reportedly, this situation is an example of what some teams are doing 
in order to win or score Since a live ball went through the basket one could argue 
that 2 points should be scored On the other hand. Team A is not entitled to the 
throw-in after scoring. In this situation it is obvious Team A did it purposely and 
with intent to score a goal as a result of confusion or lack of specific rules 
coverage Team A should not be able to gain any advantage and should be 
penalized as outlined in the ruling. This special interpretation has been authorized 
for this particular situation only 

SITUATION #1 4: Following a goal by Team A, Team B takes a time-out. Following 
the time-out, the administering official mistakenly indicates a throw-in for Team 
A. Al inbounds the ball and A2 scores within a few seconds of play. Following the 
score: (a) one of the officials; or (b) the Team B captain; or (c) the scorer, gets play 
stopped and questions the referee regarding the situation. 
RULING: In (a), (b) and (c) the goal is cancelled and consumed time is put back on 
the clock. Team B is awarded the ball lor a throw-in anywhere along the end line. 
Team A would not be penalized as it was not their action which caused or resulted 
in a throw-in by A following a goal by A. (2-3) 

SITUATION #15: Immediately following a goal by Al , A2 inbounds the ball and: 
(a) A3 scores a goal followed by a throw-in by Team B; or (b) it is intercepted by 
Bl . In both cases the ball subsequently becomes dead and the throw-in by A2 is 
questioned. 

RULING: In (a) once the throw-in begins after A3's goal it is too late to cancel the 
score or penalize Team A. In (b) the game will resume from the point of 
interruption. No action will be taken against Team A in either situation. The 
unauthorized throw-in procedure is limited to discovery before the next throw-in 
begins following a score by Team A or before Team B gains control of the ball. 
(10-1-8) 

SITUATION #1 6: Following a goal by A1 , A2 purposely grabs the ball as it comes 
through the basket and inbounds it to A3. A3 passes the ball to a teammate and 
play continues until Bl is called for a blocking foul. At this point, the referee 
recognizes Team A had an unauthorized throw-in. 

RULING: Charge Team A with a technical foul and cancel the common foul 
charged to Bl. Consumed time is put on the clock and play resumes with the 2 
free throws and then a throw-in by Team B. (10-1-8) 

SITUATION #17: Al's try for goal Is in flight toward A's basket when A2 leaps and 
grasps the ring. 

RULING: The foul does not cause the ball to become dead until the try ends by 
being successful or clearly unsuccessful. When the ball does become dead. A2 is 
charged with a technical foul. (4-35-4; 6-7 Exp. a; 10-3-6) 
SITUATION #18: Al 's try for goal is in flight when A2 is called for swinging elbows 
excessively. 

RULING: The violation causes the ball to become dead immediately and no goat 
can be scored. The ball is awarded to Team B for a throw-in from the out-of- 
bounds spot nearest the violation. (6-7-9; 9-10) 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1989 







1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




SITUATION #1: Wrestler A has Wrestler B m a pinning situation and Wrestler B 

places his hand over the mouth and nose ot Wrestler A, The referee removes the 
hand and wrestling continues. When should the referee indicate the points tor this 
violation by Wrestler B'' 

RULING: In a pinning situation the referee does not stop the match to penalize the 
defensive wrestler The referee will, however, stop the match as soon as the 
Situation has concluded At that time he will give a hand signal to indicate the 
points to be awarded to Wrestler A Once this infraction occurs against Wrestler B, 
Wrestler B cannot score any points as far as reversing Wrestler A or escaping from 
the situation. As soon as the pinning situation has concluded the referee shall stop 
the match, award points and restart the contestants at the center of the mat with 
Wrestler A m the offensive position (8-1 -lb) 

SITUATION #2: The score of the match is Wrestler A-14 and Wrestler B-1 
Wrestler A reverses Wrestler B and takes Wrestler B straight to his back m a near 
fall Situation. Both shoulders and both scapula of Wrestler B are out-of-bounds 
and Wrestler A is mbounds as he completes this reversal taking Wrestler B to hrs 
back Does the match continue or should it be stopped because Wrestler A earns a 
two-pomt advantage over his opponent, 

RULING: Even though Wrestler A has a fifteen-point deferential in the match the 
match will continue because of the near fall situation The referee cannot start the 
near fall count because of Wrestler B's should and scapua being out-of-bounds 
but the referee does allow the situation to continue in a pinning situation wrestling 
shall continue as longasthereisapossibility of the offensive wrestler bringing his 
opponent back into the mbounds area (5-2-7, 5-1-2) 

SITUATION #3: An individual reports to the weigh-m with his hair braided and 
rolled up m a bun Is il permissible tor him to compete'' 

RULING: The rule now states that the hair must be m its natural state and when it is 
m that state It cannot extend below the top of an ordinary shirt collar in the backer, 
on the sides, the hair shall not extend below earlobe level. By natural state we 
mean the hair cannot be pinned up. tied up, braided, held by a net. etc. The 
individual would have to unbraid his hair and then, if it met the standards listed 
above he would be able to compete If, m its natural state it extends below the top ot 
an ordinarly shirt collar in the back, and on the sides, if it extends below the earlobe 
level, he would not be able to compete m high school competition (4-2-1) 
SITUATION #4; The coach from School A calls School B and informs them that for 
the dual meet commg up weigh- in for each team will take place at the home school 
andean be done anytime during the school day. Is this change allowable under the 
weigh-in procedures outlined m the high school wrestling rules book? 
RULING: There is a change in the weigh-m procedure tor the 1989-90 season 
which does allow the high school association to adopt whatever weigh-in 
procedures that best fits their individual needs. If the state association office has 
not established a guideline for change, the weigh-in procedure for dual meets 
shall take place at the site of the dual meet and shall extend no long than 30 
minutes in length. Each contestant shall have the opportunity to weigh-in should 
to should a maximum of one hour and a minimum of one-half hour before the 
scheduled time the dual meet is to begin (4-5-1) 

SITUATION #5: In a dual meetthe visiting team is required to send their 140-pound 
contestant to the mat first The coach of the home team, lorgetting the new rule 
change, sends his wrestler to the mat prior to the visiting contestant going onto the 
mat Once the visiting contestant appears on the mat. is it permissible for the home 
team coach to change contestants'' 

RULING: The rule change this year alternates between home and visitor as to 
which contestant is required to appear on the mat first Once that individual 
appears on the mat he cannot be withdrawn or replaced This, however, does not 
apply to the other contestant and he could be withdrawn or replaced In the 
situation described above the coach of the home team could change contestants. 
(6-2-2) 

SITUATION #6: A coach goes to the scorer's table and is very upset about the call 
that an official has made on the mat He expresses himself m a very unsportsman- 
like manner concerning a call that the official has )ust made What is the proper 
procedure for the referee to follow m this situation'' 

RULING: Anytime a coach expresses himself in an unsportsmanlike manner the 
referee shall deduct one-team point for the first penalty and. it there should be an 
additional penalty, the coach would be removed trom the premises and an 
additional one-team point would be deducted 

COMMENTS: The change m Rule 6-6-6 this year does allow a coach to approach 
the scorer's table to discuss any matter with the referee He may even discuss 
disagreement with a judgment call but it must be done in a sportsmanship like 
manner Anytime a coach expresses himself m an unsportsmanlike r 
shall be penalized immediately regardless of the reason. (6-6-6, 7-5-3) 



SITUATION n7: Wrestler A has a severe nosebleed and. while the coach is 
attending to his problem, he also is offering his contestant some advice on how to 
continue the match The referee is standing by the bleeding contestant and 
overhears what the coach has said What is the correct procedure for the referee 
to follow 

RULING: This is now considered as a violation to the coach of the bleeding 
contestant and the coach would be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. 
(8-2-6) 

SITUATION #8: The score of the match is Wrestler A-13 and Wrestler B-0 The 
contestants are in a neutral position when Wrestler A obtains a bearhug on 
Wrestler B and takes him to the mat directly to his back. As the referee gets down 
on the mat he awards a two-point takedown to Wrestler A and shortly thereafter 
slaps the mat indicating a fall by Wrestler A over Wrestler B. The coach of Wrestler 
B goes to the scorer's table immediately asking for a conference with Ihe referee 
concerning what has transpired. During the conversation with the referee the 
coach of Wrestler B asks why the match was not terminated and Wrestler A 
awarded the match by a technical fall when the takedown was awarded Instead of 
allowing the match to continue and earning a fall What is the correct procedure for 
the referee to follow? 

RULING: The rule change this year does allow match to continue even though a 
fifteen-poml deferential has been earned if, m earning the technical fall, the 
individual was placed directly on his back. This could be through either a 
takedown or reversal. In the situation described the takedown was directly to the 
back therefore the match continues until the situation has concluded (5-2-7) 
SITUATION #9: Wrestler A and Wrestler B are in the neutral position and Wrestler 
B IS a sight-handicapped wrestler They are using the finger-touch method m the 
neutral position and, just prior to Wrestler A initiating a takedown, he releases 
contact with his opponent, takes a half step backwards and then shoots a double 
leg. Is this a permissible maneuver*? 

RULING: In wrestling matches that have one or more sight-handicapped 
wrestlers, contact shall be maintained throughout the entire match. This maneuver 
by Wrestler A is not legal and the referee needs to stop the match and restart it in 
the neutral position. (6-2-4) 

SITUATION #10: Wrestler A has the advantage position for the beginning of the 
second period and, as he gets down to cover his opponent, instead of grasping the 
left elbow he grasps the left upper arm What is the correct procedure for the 
referee'' 

RULING: This is an incorrect starting position and the first time it occurs the 
referee shall simply correct the position and restart the match. If it should occur a 
second time the referee will issue a caution and, if it occurs a third time, there 
would be a one-match point penalty. (7-3-1) 

SITUATION U1 1 : When coaches submit their names of competitors to the scorer's 
table before a match m a dual meet, can he change his entries after the first match 
has started by substituting another eligible wrestler m at a later match'' 
RULING: You are allowed to weigh-m as many competitors for each weight class 
that you so desire You do not have to stipulate what wrestler will be wrestling at 
what weight class until you actually send that individual out on the mat. If you 
have weighed-in, for example, two individuals at the 145-pound class you may 
wrestle one of them at 1 45 and you could wrestle the other one at 1 52 (1 -2) 
SITUATION #12: The visiting team has two 1 19 pounders. One of them wrestles at 
11 9 and the other one goes to the mat for the 1 25-pound class. The home team has 
no one to wrestle at 125 and the referee raises the hand of the wrestler from the 
visiting team When the visitmg coach sees that there is no one to wrestle at the 
1 25-pound class he asks the referee to declare a double forfeit and the referee 
does change his mind with no one offering any disagreement. The visiting coach 
then sends his 1 19 pounder to the mat for the 130-pound match. The home coach 
says that he must receive a forfeit lor his 130 pounder because the visiting team 
wrestler is not eligible. 

RULING: There are several errors and the first one is that once the referee has 
raised the hand of the 1 1 9 pounder wrestling at 1 25 pounds he cannot reverse his 
call. However, once the referee makes this error, it cannot be corrected at a later 
time. This is what the visiting coach wanted after he found that his 119 pounder 
could not wrestler at 1 30 pounds He wanted the referee to go back and delete his 
request to receive a forfeit at 125. (1-2-4 & 5) 




TOLL FREE 
442-0132 



"Athletic Specialist" 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



THE 
"SLAM DUNK 




GLASS 
BACKBOARD 




The Appearance preferred by some. 
The Rebound & return action 
demanded by all. 



The SLAM DUNK 

has a positive lock 

which insures a 

consistent & true 

rebound. 



The SLAM DUNK 

releases all the 
force away from 
the glass, so it 
, protects glass 
backboards 
better than fixed or 
non-breakaway rims. 



Marcy Olympic Barbell Sets... 



.Set Includes: 



Bar & Collars, 
2-50 lb. Weights, 
2-25 lb. Weights, 
4-10 lb. Weights, 
4-5 lb. Weights, 
2-2 y2 lb. Weights. 




cAen<Cd. 




NmRCY 

FITNESS PRODUCTS 

WHEN YOU FINALLY 
GET SERIOUS. 



On Sale 
Now For 



$ 



189 



95 




231 W. Main 

Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 



Toll Free 1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
PO Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Proflt Org 
US, Postage 

PAID 
Richmond. KY 
Permit No. 108 




December, 1989 

Volume L, No. 5 



e4l4€t4t^S^ 



Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of Stale High School Associations 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 



Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forthcoming 1990 annual meeting of the Association were elected by the Board Appointed 
Representatives of the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, with the 
delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last sentence, "If the duly elected delegate or 
alternate does not answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not represented". The name of 
the district representatives and alternates are as follows: 



No. Delegate 

1 Virgil Yates 

2 Buddy Rushing 

3 Jerald Ellington 

4 Bill Wells 

5 Jim Edwards 

6 Willis Simpson 

7 Gary Morgan 

8 Dan Sundberg 

9 Raymond Morris 

10 Jim Price 

11 H. D. Cowden 

12 Walter Freenman 

13 Wayne Mullin 

14 W. A. Franklin 

15 Pete demons 

16 Ronnie Shipsworth 

17 Kim Shaw 

18 Philip Eason 

19 John K. Snider 

20 Paul DIcken 

21 Roger Burkman 

22 Nelson Nunn 

23 Tass O. Harris 

24 Mike McDaniel 

25 Bob Jacobs 

26 Harry Jansing 

27 Byron Bell 

28 Jack Jacobs 

29 Gary Dennison 

30 Darrell Treece 

31 Gary Forrest 

32 Tom Creamer 

33 Joe Stark 

34 Mike Guidugli 

35 Jim Weyer 

36 Tom Seiter 

37 Gary Dearborn 

38 Kenneth G. Henderson 

39 Joe Dan Gold 

40 Herb Goodman 

41 Fred Simpson 

42 Danny Haney 

43 Al Prewitt 

44 Tony Cox 

45 Sam Harp 

46 Orin Simmmerman 

47 Ralph Edwards 

48 Gilbert A.Wilson 

49 Bobby Keith 

50 W. Virgil Chambers 

51 Eddie Saylor 

52 Shelton Smith 

53 Arthur Jackson 

54 J.R. Noe 

55 Ed Morgan 

56 Arnie Isaacs 

57 Steve Trimble 

58 Frankie Francis 

59 Phillip Johnson 

60 Frank Welch 

61 John Johnston 

62 George Steele 

63 Jerry Blanchard 

64 Jerry Umberger 

65 Sheila Gilreath, President 

66 Jimmie Reed, Exec. Sec. 

67 Bill Hill, President 



School/System 

Fulton City 

Lone Oak 

Graves County 

Murray 

Trigg County 

Providence 

West Hopkins 

Hopkinsville 

Daviess County 

Muhlenberg Central 

Hancock County 

Ohio County 

Russellville 

Bowling Green 

Edmonson County 

Cumberland County 

North Hardin 

LaRue County 

Nelson County 

Campbellsville 

Southwest Chnstian 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Valley 

Iroquois 

DuPont Manual 

Trinity 

Jeffersontown 

Waggener 

Bullitt Central 

Henry County 

Oldham County 

Scott County 

Simon Kenton 

Covington Catholic 

Newport Central Catholic 

Bishop Brossart 

Harrison County 

Bracken County 

Fleming County 

George Rogers Clark 

Western Hills 

Lexington Catholic 

Henry Clay 

Madison Southern 

Danville 

Burgin 

Monticello 

Pulaski County 

Clay County 

Whitley County 

Red Bird 

Cawood 

Whitesburg 

Dilce Combs 

June Buchanan 

Jackson City Schools 

Johnson Central 

Floyd County Schools 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Morgan County 

West Carter 

Russell 

Paul Blazer 

K.G.S.A. 

K.H.S.C.A. 

K.H.S.A.D.A. 



Alternate 

Burley Mathis 
Larry Hoover 
Don Jones 
Jerry Ainley 
Bob Rogers 
Lonnie Burgett 
James D.Harris 
Roy Woolums 
H. Joseph O'Bryan 
Dale Todd 
Rob Cox 
Bob Frizzell 
Wallace Mason 
Don Webb 
Gary Meredith 
Prentice Stanford 
Don McKinney 
Mike Brown 
William Hardin 
Bob Davenport 
Jim Protenic 
Betty Dwyer 
Terry Shinkle 
Dave Bennett 
Jerry Mayes 
Darrell Fox 
George Carson 
Jim Teuther 
Murrell Lawson 
Rod Cloyd 
Jim Bishop 
John Money 
John Reeves 
Nancy Kastner 
Fred Kelly 
Tim Barron 
Homer Goins 
Robert Hall 
Duane Lambert 
Guy Strong 
Bill Hill 
Pat Nielsen 
Robert Tripure 
John Lovell 
Bernie Miller 
Richard Carlton 
Jerry Stephens 
Dave Fraley 
David Perkins 
Don Smith 

Eugene Stagnolia 
David Williams 
Dennis Patrick Woolen 
Hargus Rogers 
Joey Milburn 
Paul R. Setser 
David Turner 
Tom Swartz 
Paul Dotson 
Scott Johnson 
Robert Hall 
Robert Morrison 
Bryan Thornsberry 
Fairview 

Washington County 
Woodford County 



School/System 

Carlisle County 

Lone Oak 

Graves County 

Calloway County 

Caldwell County 

Webster County 

West Hopkins 

University Heights Academy 

Owensboro Catholic 

Muhlenberg Central 

Breckinridge County 

Fordsville 

Russellville 

Bowling Green 

Edmonson County 

Monroe County 

East Hardin 

LaRue County 

Washington County 

Marion County 

Presentation 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Valley 

Southern 

St. Xavier 

Seneca 

Moore 

Ballard 

Spencer County 

Shelby Co. 

Trimble County 

Grant County 

Walton Verona 

Notre Dame 

Newport Central Catholic 

Silver Grove 

Paris 

Bracken County 

Mason County 

George Rogers Clark 

Woodford County 

Jessamine County 

Henry Clay 

Madison Southern 

Danville 

Burgin 

McCrearv Central 

Pulaski County 

Rockcastle County 

Whitley County 

Cumberland 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Breathitt County 

Jackson City Schools 

Johnson Central 

Floyd County Schools 

Pikeville 

Belfry 

Morgan County 

Lewis County 

Fairview 

Paul Blazer 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. L, NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1989 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



® 



STATE TENNIS 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

November 29, 1989 



The State Tennis Committee met on Wednesday, 
November 29, 1989, at the Kentucl<y High School Athletic 
Association Office in Lexington. Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid L. DeVries called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. 
Committee members present included Nonnie Hopper, Cliff 
Richardson, Becky Watson, David Rogers, Terry Johnson, 
Doug Lehring, Joe Kroh, Bob Duricko, Mary Robinson and 
Red Bartlett. Absent were Wilson Sears, Lynn Tipton, Bill 
Goodan and Jerry Johns. 

The first item on the agenda vi^as a discussion of regional 
tournaments. It was decided that the following additional 
information be included in the Regional Information mailed to 
the schools. A substitute must be able to verify their 
participation in 4 matches before they are allowed to play in 
the Regional Tournaments. It was suggested that a default 
count as a win and be scored 6-0, 6-0, and the score of a 
player who retires shall stand as is, when the match ceases. A 
match shall be defined as two out of three sets. 

Suggestions were made by committee members with 
regards to the Regional Tournament Managers for regional 
sites not secured at this time. The dates of the Regional 
Tournaments are listed on the school calendar as the week of 
May 14, 1990. As in the past. May 12 & 13 may be used if 
necessary. The Board of Control approved a realignment of 
the Elizabethtown Region, at their last meeting held in 
November. 

The next item on the Agenda was the State Tennis 
Tournament. The dates for the 1 990 Tournament are May 31 , 
June 1 and June 2, and will be held at the University of 
Kentucky in Lexington. The committee reviewed the state 
information and made some minor changes. It was felt that at 
the state level substitutions be allowed in doubles only. It was 
suggested that more players than needed, be included on the 
information sheet in case a substitution is necessary. 

The committee made suggestions regarding the seeding 
committee for the State Tournament. It was felt that last year's 
committee did an excellent job in determining the seeded 
players for the 1989 tournament. 

Cliff Richardson from Atherton High School was asked to 
report on the status of the All-State Tennis Team. It was 
decided that the All-State Tennis Committee be made up of 
Joe Kroh, Becky Watson, David Rogers, and Mary Robinson. 
Members of the Committee will be responsible for the 
following: sponsorship, criteria for selection, certificates, and 
promotion through such publications as the Kentucky Coach, 
etc. 

Mr. Chuck Triebley, who is currently President of the 
Tennis Officials of Kentucky gave a status report of the newly 
formed officials organization. It was decided that the State 
High School Tournament schedule be reviewed and the 
Semi-Finals and Finals be covered by this organization. A fee 
structure will be worked out when the time schedule is 
complete. It was suggested that both groups look into the 
possibility of a tennis clinic for coaches sometime in the 
future. 

Miscellaneous items included a request to the Board of 
Control regarding proper dress during Tournament play. It 



was suggested that visible undergarments and bare midriffs 
not be allowed. It was also recommended that there be no 
advertising for tobacco, alcohol, or drugs on Tennis wearing 
apparel, and that any designs or pictures be in good taste. The 
Board of Control approved these recommendations, 
unanimously at the December board meeting. Information 
regarding Tennis apparel will go into effect for the 1989-90 
school year. 

Other miscellaneous items included the development of a 
"Tennis Definitions" guide, primarily for new coaches. Mary 
Robinson and Becky Watson were designed to begin work on 
this guide. There being no further business the meeting was 
adjourned. 




DECEMBER 1989 



VOL. L, NO. 5 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03 Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A . P.O. Box 22280, Lexington. Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucl<y 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg. Charles Miller 
(1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1989-1992) Molus. LizTrabandt 
(1988-1991) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



To adCanlral (4-7.g-iD ) 



rnqq County nQ-1.3- 0Dl 12 

Triqq County (V 
rray(6-4.4-lDl 7 



•nqq County (12-1) 





4-nn 
























Pans (9-4) 


.,B.,.Co„„w„ = 


•0,3 -OP) 20 





1989 Class A 

State Football Championships 

Tr gg coumy „3 „ 7 Kcnlucky High School 

Athletic Association 

November 10, 1989 - December 2, 1989 



at Bath County (n-0) 
Harrodsbufq <5-4,3-iD l 14 



at Beechwood (7-4.5-00 ) 10 



Bl Pajnisvilla (a-2,5-QD) • 



Pikeville(13-1)20 



Cumberland (4-5.3-2D ) i 



ilMaytieid (9-1.3-ODi : 



Breckmfidqe County (5 -5.3-2D1 7 

31 Logan County (7-3.4- lD) 

Foft Campbell [B-31 
Fort Campbell (7-3.2-l D) IB 



inlv(1O-(3 ,5-0Dl 20 

31 Monroe County til -0 1 



LaRue County (9-2.3-l Dl ; 



il Fori Knox IB-3.4-0DI 35 



at Danville [9-1.5-ODl ' 



at Newpon Genual Calh ol-c (8-3,4-00) 59 

Newpon Cenlr3l Catho lic. (9-3) I 
Washington County fa- 2,3-ZD) 

al Cofbin fB-2.4-0Dl 27 

al Cofbin (9-2) 12 
Whilesburq (6-4,3-20) 6 



Mayfield(12-1)3 



Monroe Counly (12-0) 



1989 Class AA 

State Football Championships 

Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

November 10, 1989 - December 2, 1989 



Danville (12-1) 7 



JIQIS-61-1DI 

50fT)efsene-31 



Somerset (7-3. 3-1D1 5 2 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



PAGE THREE 



ai Paducah Tilqhman (9 -2,5-00) 27 

fli Paducah Tilqhman {^0 ■^) 7 (20T) 



ai Bowling Green (10-1 5-ODl 49 

-1 Bowling Green (11-1) 
Unlor^ County (B-2,4-1 Dl 13 



1 Paducah Tilqhman c 



Counry (10 -1.7-ODl i 



1989 Class AAA 

State Football Championships 

Kentucky High School 

Pa..cahT,,g..an,i2 a,3 Athletic Assoclation 

November 10, 1989 ~ December 2, 1989 






Oldham County 17-4,5 -20) ■ 



il Highlands (10-1.7-OD l ' 



Cawood (6-2.4-101 ; 



tHiqhlar>Js (12-11 : 



alBellCouniv (11-0.5-0 01 7 

Covington Catholic (10 -11 f 
Covington Catholic (9- 1 ,5-i 01 29 

al Paul Bla2ar(9-2.3-0D l 14 

Belfty (9-31 24 
Beltry (6-3.3-101 31 



It Breathin County (11-0 .4-ODl ; 



Highlands (13-1) 7 



:ountv (6-3.4 -101 3 

Shelby County (9-31 



Shelby County (B-3.2- 1D1 ■ 



al Warren Central (10-I 3-001 39 

al Warren Central (1- 



Christian County (4-7.3 -20) 



Pleasure Ridqs Park (8- 2,5-001 9 

St. Xavier (9-2) ; 



Valley (6-4.3-20) I 



FairdalB (9-1.5-001 : 



FairdaledO-l) 



Waggener (9-1,4-10) 2' 



Moore (7-3,4-iD) 



1989 Class AAAA 
State Football Championships 

warren Central 03 1)14 KeOtUCky High SchOOl 

Athletic Association 

November 10, 1989 - December 2, 1989 



51. Xavief [1Q-2) ■ 



alTates Creek (10-1,6-0 0) 20 
Campbell County (6-4. 2-2D1 7 



Boone County (10-2) 10 



al Boone County fB-2.4- 00) 20 

Boone County (9-21 3 B (40T) 
Lauiel County (9-2.4-2 0) 7 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



PIKEVILLE PANTHERS 
CLASS A CHAMPION 




Row 1 -Jeff Slone, Larry Belcher, Joe Mahan, Mark Wheeler, Bill Allara, Gene Davis, Head Coach Hillard Howard. Row 2 - 
Mickey Webster, Deanthony Honaker, J. P. Blair, Hayes Gullett, Johnny Hale, John Clemons, Jerry Ray, David Colley, 
B.C. Newsonne, Shannon Cochran. Row 3 - Jason Blackburn, Christian Caudill, Murray Garvin, Chase Goodman, 
Madison Helvey, Lance Rose, Matt Adkins, Jamie Mitchell, Brian Putty, Keith Lockhart, Mgr. Buddy Hall. Row 4 - Chris 
Wood, Joeffrey England, Shannon Smith, Kevin Lockhart, Darrell Ratliff, Mark Parker, Jason Howard, Jason Justice, 
Brien Wilson, Mgr. Ronnie Ford. Row 5 - Chris Coleman, Will Stepp, Scott Collins, Pat McKenzie, Mike May, Shane 
Allara, James Weddington, Mike Hale, Jeff Roop, Mgr. Jason Howell. Not pictured - Steve Bailey, Ken Fisher, J.J. Bailey 

TRIGG COUNTY WILDCATS 
CLASS A RUNNER-UP 




5cr-./r 



Row 1 - Allen IMicholson, Jamus Redd, Robert Stinson, Greg Bridges, David Sholar, Jason Wilson, Jason Oakley, Brian 
Futrell, Kendall Finley, Jason Boggess. Row 2 - Brian Oliver, mgr.; Chris Oliver, mgr.; Sherri Gravey, mgr.; Chris Thomas, 
mgr.; Layton Litchfield, Kenny Wirts, Matt Ladd, Shawn Curling, Todd Burcham, Greg Oliver, Vic Haines, Scott Bridges, 
Heather Stroud, trainer; Carol Beth Mize, mgr.; Pat Bush, mgr.; Caria Cunningham, mgr. Row 3 - Randy Grubbs, Jon Skinner, 
Donnie Cole, Kendall Alexander, Edgar McGee, Mike P'Pool, Keenan Stroud. Row 4 - Bryan Cooper, Keremy Futrell, Mark 
Pool, Colby Lewis, Craig Quisenberry, D.M. Martin, Nolan Davis, Barry Alexander. Not pictured - Head Coach Dixie Jones; 
Assistant Coaches Gary Siegmund, Rick Larson, Neal Cummings, Jackie Clark, Tom McKinney. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



PAGE FIVE 



DANVILLE ADMIRALS 
CLASS AA CHAMPION 




l^im: f^'^^^^i -y-hi;'^^ ¥>f '^N^4%' 



im^, / ""'' '^"^'"-'jL* \ j _ _ _ _'' . _ * 

Row 1 - Coach Brant, Chase Harp, Kristie Lyons, Shannon Gadberry, Chris Mancini, Paul Morse, Coach Harp, Toby 
Johnson, Chris Hamilton, Willie Thrash, Ron McAdoo, Christy Hillard, Tracy Lyman, Coach Young. Row 2 - Coach Perry, 
Mike Webb, Alex Newman, Kurt Dawson, Rob RIghtmyer, Frunca Ford, Marty Bradshaw, Joe Ganns, Donnie Redd, Chris 
Yocum, Willie McPherson, Brad Gillespie, David Durham. Row 3 - Coach McAfee, David Vaught, John Wyatt, Jeff Sloan, 
Clay Durham, Keith McGuffey, Chester Ford, Jeremy Clements, Johnny Walker, Pat McGlure, Don Harris, Danny 
Johnson, Tyler Trachsel, Coach Reynolds, Coach Letcher. Row 4 - Anthony Letcher, Jon Cawood, Sam Lancaster, Eddie 
Lay, David Poling, Steve Martin, Robert Smith, Chris Goodwin, Joe Meyer, Kevin Arnold, Travis Thompson, Clint Moore. 

MAYFIELD CARDINALS 
CLASS AA RUNNER-UP 




Row 1 - Larry Jackson, Brett Fowler, Jay Brien, Jason Counts, Jimmy Gooey, Greg Glover, Will Jay Bennett, Beau Brown, 
Eric Stinson. Row 2 - Danny Kirby, Shannon Powers, Tracy Beasley, Bobby Story, Chad Gay, Ffyan King, Greg Earles, 
Bubba Winfrey, Todd Cartwright, Tremayne Dale. Row 3 - Bryan Snipes, Troy Bonn, Greg Tharpe, Stevan Hite, Stephen 
Buckingham, Chris Yarber, Jon David Whiteside, Steven Bruce, Blake Youngblood, Ben Brown. Row 4 - Jacob Sexton, 
Willie Mangrum, O'Jay Lancaster, William Murrell, Barry Scarbrough, Scott Robbins, John Edwards, Jay Chapman, John 
Foreman. Row 5 - Jay Ivy, Willie Bransford, Bryan Brooks, Steven Hidalgo, Robert Daniels 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



HIGHLANDS BLUEBIRDS 
CLASS AAA CHAMPION 




Row 1 - K. Nieporte, T. Zechella, J. Rath, M. Riffe, W. Robinson, D. Duffy. Row 2 - P. Valz, K. Honchell, J. Dunn, D. 
Bryant, C. Richfer, S. Sierveld, B. Weinrich, C. Gallichio, M. Fassler. Row 3 - K. Duffy, K. Shifferd, J. Higgins, J. 
Dougherty, T. Duffy. T. Spritzky, J. Collins, B. Silz, N. Deaton. Row 4 - K. Shields, D. Hornsby, D. Hatridge, J. Zink, J. 
Cawood, S. Johnson, S. Meyers, R. Engle. Row 5 - M. Hoffman, B. Schwalbach, C. Sturm. S. Aust, G. Kohls, G. Roller, C. 
Wolfe, A. Ellison. Row 6 - E. Strange, S. Combs, S. Dougherty, R. Kuhnhein, S. Miller, T. Razor, D. Bibb 

PADUCAH TILGHMAN TORNADO 

CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP * 




t 








Row 1 - Joshua Blackmon, Jason Ward. Row 2 - Terronie Holmes, Casey Allen, Maurice Bell, Chris Cooper, Randy 
Wyatt, Lito Mason, Brian Shell, Detrick Wells, Roger Shaw, Clint Conway. Row 3 - Brett Williams, Kevin Garland, Tim 
Jones, Curt Cromwell, Chris Bell, Brian Watson, Sean Knight, Dominique Hughes, Tommy Riley. Row 4 - Marcus 
Jackson, Lewis Ridgeway, Andre Bolen, Troy Holmes, Rob Manchester, Michael Warren, Emerson Wells, Robbie Scott. 
Eric Bennett, Reece Kirchoff. Row 5 - Duane Dew, Jermaine Reed, Alton Settle, Chris Albritton, Demond Jones, Tim 
Carruthers, Michael Woodfork, Saydee Mends-Coles, Maurice Blakemore. Row 6 - Billy Jack Haskins, Kiyo Wilson, Eric 
Gary, Huey Gary, Jason Reeves, Alan Hodge, Roy Roberts. Shawn Woolen, Jason Lawrence. Temond Jones. Row 7 - 
Shawn Smith, Richard Frazier, Ricky Bray, Brent Housman, Harry Lynn, Tony Layne, Chris White, Stu Broady, James 
Smith, Gary Johnson, Jermaine Johnson, Stewart Brown. Row 8 - Richard Gamblin, Marcus White, Cecil Ward, Bob 
Blakcmon, Allan Cox, Bobby McAlister, Steve Johnston, Scotty Davis, Ernie Romero, Jack Haskins. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



Ti 



© ^i@?i 



BRICE DURBIN RECEIVES AWARD OF MERIT 

Brice Durbin, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School 
Associations, recently received the Award of Merit from the National Interscholastic Athletic 
Administrators Association (NIAAA) on December 1 1 in Dalls, Texas. 

Durbin was honored during the luncheon of the twentieth annual NIAAAA Conference, held 
the Hyatt Regency in Dallas. Durbin is the ninth individual to receive the prestigious award, 
which is reserved for those individuals whose conthbutions to interscholastic athletics merit 
special honor. The Award of Merit is not given every year, and was last awarded in 1987. 

Durbin has directed the national organization for high school athletic programs and activity 
programs since September, 1977. During his tenure, he has seen many new programs 
implemented including professional organizations for high school coaches and officials; the 
National High School Sports Hall of Fame, and many other organizational improvements. 
Perhaps his most glowing achievement was his supervision of the forming of the TARGET 
drug and alcohol abuse awareness program. 

Prior to joining the National Federation, Durbin was Executive Secretary of the Kansas State 
High School Activities Association for a fifteen year period following a five year stint as^ 
assistant Executive Secretary. 

REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, as it 
applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected 
by this rule, which states that following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no 
further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of 
the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, 
and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to 
coach members of the high school team in a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation of the rules ^ 
governing the Limitation of Seasons. 



OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

Bardstown has an open date for boys basketball, and 1/23. Contact Garnis Martin, A.D., 

(502)348-1674. 
Laurel County has an open date on its boys basketball schedule, January 30. Contact Coach 

Chark ' ton (606)864-7371, or (606)843-7208. 

Madison V J n Hopkins has several open dates for boys varsity and junior varsity 

basketball. The open dates are as follows - 1/18, 1/19 and 2/12. Contact J.E. Barlow, 

A.D.. (502)825-6017. 
McDowell needs girls' basketball games on any of the following dates - 1/4,5,11,12,19,29,31, 

and 2/5.23. Interested schools should contact Coach Cassandra Keathley at (606)377- 

6202. 
Russell has an open date for boys basketball. 1/23; and needs a girls' game on 2/12^ 

Contact Jerry Klaiber, AD 



BASKETBALL ORDER FORMS NOW BEING ACCEPTED 

Ticket order forms for the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments have been mailed to the 
member schools and school systems. If you did not receive an order form, please request 
one today, do not wait until just prior to the event when your request may not be able to be 
filled. 

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO HOLD OFF ON SCHEDULES 

Due to the fact that there is the potential for a significant realignment in football, tootoaii 
playing schools are encouraged not to sign contracts which call for games beyond the 1 990 
season. The starting date will change in 1991, as well as the district alignm* ici 

until this alignment is finalized, probably in the early spring, it would be adv )ft 

from finalizing schedules and contracts. 

NOTICE ON COACHING BOX 

Effective this fall, the K.H.S.A.A. is again in compliance with National Federation Playing 
Rules as they pertain to the coaching box. The box shall be six foot in length, beginning with 
the mid court line (hash mark) and extended towards the end line. The K.H.S.A.A. has 
diagrams available to assist in the placement of the box. Also, schools which are forced to 
use a bench configuration at the end of the floor must have permission from the H ' in 
order to use this configuration. In addition, both benches must be in the s 
position, if one is on the end, both must be on the end. If you are in doubt as to the legality of 
your gym markings, the Association has a diaqram available upon request. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contebt 
for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one 
game. 

It also should be noted that officials who disqualify participants, and then do not report that 
disqualification to the Association office in a timely manner may face suspension frc 
officiating!! 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a 
representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1 ) Be sure you receive 
a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact this office in writing to request 
reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the suspension. You will 
be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Conte' are reminded to 

use an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illecj pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in 
game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrnphic insurar-ice policy insofar as 
practice is concerned unless you are otherwise notified. 

APPROVED DATES FOR FUTURE BOYS & GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENTS 

1990 - Girls - March Diddle Arena. Bowling Green 

Boys - March 21 - k:4 * Fret Ite 

1991 - Boys - March 13 - 16 * Rni i 

Girls - March 20 - 23 * » Dudgeon Civic Center, Frankfort 

1992 - Boys - March 18 - 21 * do Determined 

Girls - March 25 - 28 * Site to be Determined 



in 1990. Schools 
Corbin ' 

intci 
Elkhor 

intei 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please submlil 
your open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. 
Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a 
contact name and daytime phone number. The following dates have been submitted -- 
Bardstown High School is seeking a football game on August 24 or October 19, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact Coach Garnis Martin at (502)348-1673. 
Boone County High School is seeking a football game on September 14 or September 28, 

1990. Schools interested should contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school. 
Cairo (IL) High School, is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 1, 19£ 

Schools interested should contact Bob Conroy, A.D., (618)734-2187. 
Central Hardin in EI17 '^^'^'♦^^♦'^wn is seeking a football game on September 28 and October 

: should contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
Ill yame on August 31 , September 7, or October 5 in 1990. Schoc 
ict Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. 
a football game on October 5 or November 2 in 1990. Schools 
.ct A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. 
Fairdale iti Louisville ib seeking a football game on August 31 in 1990. Schools interested 

should contact Coach Mike Fletcher, (502)473-8248. 
Madison Central is seeking a football game on August 18, August 24 and August 31. Would 

prefer a home game. Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. 
Madisonville is seeking a football game on November 2, 1990. Schools interested should 

contact A.D. J.E. Barlow, (5r'^ "^"^ ^IM. 
Mt. Healthy High School in ( is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 

1; f Mt. Healthy has approximately 525 boys in the top 

thrtv uldcontact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. 

Oldham County High School is seeking a football game on October 26, 1990. Schools 

interested should contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222-9775. 
Pineville High School is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 28, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. 
Portsmouth West High School in Portsmouth, Ohio is seeking a football game on October 

5, 1990. Schools inte Mould contact Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858- 

6669. 
Raceland High Sch 1 a football game on August 24, 1990. Schools interested 

should contact Co it (606)836-8221 . 

Rock Hill High School in Ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students) is seeking a football 

game on October 19 or 20 ^'^''"^ c^hr^r^ic- .^terested should contact Chris Lester, Athletic 

Director at (614)533-3417. 
Stebbins High School in Dayiof) 

Schools interested should conta 
Tates Creek High School in ' 

August 17 or August 24, 1 > 

(606)272-1513. 
Wheelersburg High School in Wheelersburg, Ohio is seeking a football game on August 31 

01 ;.([)t('rnber 1. 1990, September 28 or September 29. Schools interested should contact 

Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 
Withrow High School in Cincinnati, Ohio is seeking a football game on September 7 or 8, 

1990. Schools interested should contact Dale Mueller, Football Coach at (513)533-5733. 



j a tootball game on September 14 or 15, 1990. 

'^tic Director at (513)237-4260. 

ig a one year contract for a football game on 
lested should contact Coach Joe Ruddell at 



I 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 



TEST DATE 
02/10/90 
04/ 7/90 
06/9/90 
10/27/90 
12/8/90 
02/ 9/91 
04/13/91 
06/ 8/91 



REG. DEADLINE LATE DEADLINE 



01/12/90 
03/ 9/90 
05/11/90 
09/28/90 
11/9/90 
01/11/91 
03/15/91 
05/10/91 



01/29/90 

03/26/90 

05/25/90 

10/15/90 

11/26/90 

01/28/91 

04/ 1/91 

05/24/91 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1989-90 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along with the first 
day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for the state finals. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 
Allowed 


Games 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 27/28 


Soccer 


July 15 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


Football 


July 19 


Aug. 18 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 27 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


4-15 


May 26 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


May 24/26 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


20 


May 30/31 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


4-20 


May 31 /June 1/2 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is important to 
remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are tentative as site availability may 
force a change in location and/or date. 



NOTE CONCERNING STATE BASKETBALL TICKETS 

Tickets to the Boys' State Basketball Tournament will be mailed sometime arouni ' k 

between Christmas and New Year's Day. Printing and shipping problems di , le 
delivery of the tickets to Freedom Hall, and subsequent inspection found a few seats missing 
which had to be re-printer. As of press time (December 18) the tickets were in Louisville, to 
be delivered to the Association soon. They will be mailed as soon as they can be accurately 
checked and the orders filled. Thank you for your understanding. 

The tickets to the Girls' State Basketball Tournament are due to be received at any time, 
and will be shipped when they are available, and have been checked for potential problems. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



PAGE SEVEN 



LOUISVILLE TRINITY SHAMROCKS 
CLASS AAAA CHAMPIONS 




Row 9 - C. Botner, R. Potter, B. Brawner, A. Schoenbachler, K. Mudd, M. Wagoner, J. Smith, A. Rahiya, D. Jeffries, B. 
Hayden, A. Koch, Coach Magre. Row 8 - M. Padon, J. Ackman, B. Foos, S. McGill, D. Rice, B. Huntington, S. [Humphrey, 
S. Pierce, M. Settles, R. Finley. Row 6 - C. Salin, J. Risimini, B. Cecil, J. Shea, J. Babey, D. Nethery, B. Rader, M. Feger, 
Coach Rudolph, Coach Fredrick. Row 5 - C. Magnuson, B. Wilburn, S. Schoen, C. Johnson, B. Taylor, C. Snyder, C. 
Evans, J. Adamson, D. Logan, J. Roberts, C. Minter, V. Johnson, T. O'Neil, Coach Ellington. Row 4 - L. Harlamert, S. 
Freibert, C. Montgomery, T. Soeder, J. Philbin, B. Schlinger, K. Schmidt, C. Spalding, J. Spalding, J. Heiman, C. Botner, 
D. Blocker. Row 3 - J. Allen, A. Ford, A. Clark, B. Holsclaw, L. Smith, C. DeSensi, R. Boeckmann, M. Conliffe, G. Hardin, 
T. King, Coach Serving. Row 2 - E. Braun, M. Fackler, K. Norris, K. Judd, E. Roaloffs, G. Sunnararh, C. Stratman, J. 
Kaelin, M. Francia, J. Metzmeier, Coach Anderson. Row 1 - D. Bramer, J. Ryan, J. Dziedzic, J. Kendrick, Coach Lampley, 
K. Garr, T. Johnson, C. Contreras, C. Bratcher. Not Pictured - R. Dean. 

WARREN CENTRAL DRAGONS 
CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 













Row 1 - Mgr. Jonathon Rohrer, Zack Brooks, Brent Bybee, Hilton Isable, J. J. Jewell, Terry Davis, Tracey Reid, Jack 
Honshell, Jeremy Phillips, Sam Vinson, Todd Kurtz, Bruan Williams, Mike Burnette. Row 2 - Coach Tommy Lynch, Kevin 
Sears, Dwight Bigbee, Tony Cooper, Cronell Cornelius, Chris Gerbic, Matt Prerost, Chad Dillard, Marcus Gilbert, Damon 
Hood, David Towe, John Napier, Jason Jones, James Alford, Brian Bybee, Chris Snell, Coach Mike West. Row 3 - Coach 
Joe Hood, Brad Hornal, Brian Davenport, John Crabbe, Eric Woosley, Thomas York, Nick Orefice, Elbert Lytle, Scott 
Pfeiffer, Jeremy Fletcher, Jason Tunks, Matt Pendleton, Chris Baker, Coach Virgil Livers, Coach Ricky Wood. Row 4 - 
Will Perkins, Chris Cox, Jimmy Forrester, Mike Fagan, Jeff Geron, Jason Honshell, Derek Helm. Not pictured - Chris 
Osboe 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



1989-90 K.H.S.A.A. ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR 
GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

REGION 1 



Dis 



School 



D. 1 Carlisle County 
Fulton City 
Fulton County 
Hickman County 



D. 2 



Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tilghman 
Reidland 



City 

Bardwell, 42023 
Fulton, 42041 
Hickman, 42050 
Clinton, 42031 

West Paducah, 42086 
Paducah, 42001 
Paducah, 42001 
Paducah, 42001 



Principal 

Burley Mathis 
J. Virgil Yates 
Larry Gardner 
Phillip Rudolph 

Tom Lane 
Wallace Adams 
Florence Morton 
Don Rudolph 



Boys Coach 

Craynon Slone 
Dale Ray 

Todd Johnson 

Bill Bond 
Larry Hopper 
Steve D re her 
Joe Mathis 



Girls Coach 

Richard Brazzell 
Wayne Lohaus 
Sam Miller 
Gerald Vaughn 

Greg Webb 
Mike Clark 
Jan Godwin 
Tony Burkeen 



D. 3 Ballard Memorial 
Graves County 
St. Mary 

D. 4 Calloway County 
Marshall County 
Mayfield 
Murray 



Barlow, 42024 
Mayfield, 42066 
Paducah, 42001 

Murray, 42071 
Benton, 42025 
Mayfield, 42066 
Murray, 42071 



Sam Workman 
Jerald Ellington 
David Ulrich 

Jerry Ainley 
Gene Brooks 
Joe David Smith 
Bill Wells 

REGION 2 



Yogi Trice 
Bob Hoggard 
Rudy Carrico 

Russ Wall 
Alan Hatcher 
Scott Schlosser 
Gary Miller 



Connie Larkin 
David Elliott 
Linda Haley 

Rose Ross-Elder 
Howard Beth 
Lanny Lancaster 
Jimmy Harrell 



D. 5 Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 

D. 6 Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 



Princeton, 42445 
Marion, 42064 
Smithland, 42081 
Eddyville, 42038 
Cadiz, 42211 

Henderson, 42420 
Providence, 42450 
Morgantield, 42437 
Dixon, 42409 



Bob Rogers 
Robert Lee Sleen 
Jerry Wilson 
Buddy L. Nichols 
Mary Ann Fourqurean 

Howard Crittenden 
Willis Simpson 
Richard Vincent 
Lonnie Burgett 



Robin Scott 
Jim Simmons 
Mike Riley 
Kirk Chiles 
George Radford 

Curtis Turley 
Norman Manasco 
Tris Kington 
Steve Gilliam 



William Fralick 
Jimmy Croft 
Alescia Youngblood 
Doug Phelps 
Mike Wright 

Jeff Haile 
Randy Swan 
Gerald Tabor 
Phil Gibson 



D. 7 Dawson Springs 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

D. 8 Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
University Heights 



Dawson Springs, 42408 
Madisonville, 42431 
Nortonville, 42442 
Nebo, 42441 

Hopkinsville, 42240 
Fort Campbell, 42223 
Hopkinsville, 42240 
Hopkinsville, 42240 



Philip D. Back 
James Stevens 
Lanny R. Woodward 
Gary Morgan 

Kay Lancaster 
Gary Stewart 
Harold Wood 
Marvin Denison 

REGION 3 



Kerry Stovall 
Don Parson 
Charles Hayslip 
Jim Beshear 

Lyle Dunbar 
Micky Fisher 
Daryl Hallmark 
Roy Woolum 



Tamara Buchanan 
Cindy Fitch 
Dennis Custard 
Darrell Allen 

Lynn Colley 
Joel Voorhees 
Marshall Jones 



Apollo 

Daviess County 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Catholic 



Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 
Owensboro, 42301 



Robert D. Combs 
Waymond Morris 
Bill Van Winkle 
Joe O'Bryan 



Will Wyman 
Ray Maggard 
Randy Embry 
Danny Mattingly 



Willis McClure 
Laura Lynn 
Jerry Rhodes 
Mike Reeves 



Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 

Breckinridge County 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
St. Romuald 
Trinity (Whitesville) 



Bremen, 42325 
Central City, 42330 
Drakesboro, 42337 
Graham, 42344 
Greenville, 42345 
Beechmont, 42323 
Powderly, 42367 

Harned, 40144 
Cloverport, 40111 
Lewisport, 42361 
Hardinsburg, 40143 
Whitesville, 42378 



Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
Randy Everly 
Carl Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Bill Knight 
Jerry Oates 

Rob Cox 
Ed Belcher 
Dr. Ann Evans 
Germaine Larkin 
Dan Fuller 



Bryan Whitaker 
Tony Hopper 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Mike Deaton 
Barry Silvey 
Dale Todd 

Dean Hobbs 
Robert Geoghegan 
Joe Allen 
Pete Tabb 
Steve Winkler 



Eddie Lewis 
Steve Sparks 
Carl Tatum 
Bobby Vincent 
Joanna Fox 
Jim Milam 
Lester Cottingim 

Jeff Patton 

Brent Mathew 

8. Winkler/K. Williams 



D. 12 Fordsville 

Grayson County 
McLean County 
■ Ohio County 



Fordsville, 42343 
Leitchfield, 42754 
Calhoun, 42327 
Hartford, 42347 



Dr. Leonard Ralph 

Donald R. Hayes 
Walter Freeman 



Patrick Jenkins 
Bill Lee 
Ray Harper 
Brad Stanley 



Bryce Roberts 
E.E. "Red" McGhee 
Andy Groves 
Maria Todd 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 


PAGE NINE 








REGION 4 






D, 13 


Butler County 


Morgantown, 42261 


Howard Vaughn 


Jim Bob Green 


Christy Higdon 




Logan County 


Russellville, 42276 


Bob Birdwhistell 


Dick Webb 


Mike Haynes 




Russellville 


Russellville, 42276 


Wallace Mason 


Mark Adams 


Bob Matthews 




Todd County Central 


Elkton, 42220 


Harold Ross 


Fred Harper 


Jimmy Chapman 


D. 14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green, 42101 


W.A. Franklin 


Ernie Simpson 


Clarence Thomas 




Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin, 42134 


Frank Cardwell 


Wendell Brown 


Damon Tabor 




Warren Central 


Bowling Green, 42101 


David D. Crowe 


Bobby Cook 


Vanous Lloyd 




Wan^en East 


Bowling Green, 42101 


Joe Watkins 


Tommy Compton 


Blane Embry 


D. 15 


Allen County- Scoltsville 


Scottsville, 42164 


Rogers Powell 


Jeff Hall 


David Young 




Barren County 


Glasgow, 42141 


Glenn Flanders 


Steve Riley 


Bobby Steenbergen 




Edmonson County 


Brownsville, 42210 


Stan Alexander 


Ricky Houchin 


Mark Miller 




Glasgow 


Glasgow, 42141 


John W. McCarley 


Donnie Owens 


Richard Howell 


D. 16 


Clinton County 


Albany, 42602 


David Warinner 


Ron Harmon 


Ronnie Guffey 




Cumberland County 


Burkesville, 42717 


Ronnie Skipworth 


Tim Bell 


Glen Murphy 




Metcalfe County 


Edmonton, 42129 


Gary Rye 


Tim McMurtrey 


Gary Richardson 




Monroe County 


Tompkinsville, 421 67 


Prentice Stanford 
REGION 5 


Sonny Oliphant 


Bill McClendon 


D. 17 


East Hardin 


Glendale, 42740 


Don McKinney 


Russell Vanzant 


Terry Buckles 




Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown, 42701 


Phillip E. Owen 


Gary French 


Jim Wallace 




Fort Knox 


Fort Knox, 40121 


Charles Meyer 


Larry Cheatham 


Leon Blair 




Meade County 


Brandenburg, 40108 


Vernon Wilson 


Larry Miller 


Bob Pollock 




North Hardin 


Radcliff, 40160 


Kim Shaw 


Ron Bevars 


Bernadette Kok 




West Hardin 


Stephensburg, 42781 


Dale Campbell 


Harry Wright 


Kenny Lane 


D. 18 


Caverna 


Horse Cave, 42749 


Gene Best 


Mike Deatonn 


Phil Gowdy 




Green County 


Greensburg, 42743 


J. Norm Weaver 


Allen Feldhaus Jr. 


David Ryan 




Hart County 


Munfordville, 42765 


Charles Wuertzer 


Ricky Line 


Mindy Daniel 




Larue County 


Hodgenville, 42748 


Phil Eason 


Don Cunningham 


Gary Canter 


D. 19 


Bardstown 


Bardstown, 40004 


Jude Talbott 


Timothy McDougle 


Tom Williams 




Bethlehem 


Bardstown, 40004 


Sr. Margart Willis 


Bev Hart 


Steve Hart 




Nelson County 


Bardstown, 40004 


John K. Snider 


Ken Simpson 


Minor Harmon 




Washington County 


Springfield, 40069 


William Hardin 


Whitey Simpson 


Bill Nevklon 


D. 20 


Adair County 


Columbia, 42728 


George Critz 


Keith Young 


Kim Goodin 




Campbellsville 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Paul J. Dicken 


Darren Atwell 


Marlon Hall 




Marion County 


Lebanon, 40033 


Bob Davenport 


Tim Davis 


Beverly Roby 




Taylor County 


Campbellsville, 42718 


Donald Skaggs 
REGION 6 


Fred Waddle 


Rollin McQueary 


D. 21 


Central 


Louisville, 40203 


Geneva M. Hawkins 


Ralph Johnson 


Linda Arnold 




Portland Christian 


Louisville, 40212 


Ted Hardin 


Eugene Schreiner 


Rose Istre 




Presentation 


Louisville, 40203 


Sister Phyllis Hannon 




Jim Protenic 




Shawnee 


Louisville, 40212 


Harold Fenderson 


Stuart Wilson 


Eugene Johnson 




Southwest Christian 


Louisville, 40272 


Rosemary Hatcher 




Kerry Blevins 


D. 22 


Butler 


Louisville, 40216 


Kenneth Frick 


Tim Mappin 


Mike Johnson 




Holy Cross (Louisville) 


Louisville, 4021 6 


Nelson Nunn 


David Aberii 


Steve Kaufman 




Pleasure Ridge Park 


Louisville, 40258 


Charles Miller 


Dale Mabrey 


Charles Shipley 




Western 


Louisville, 4021 6 


Lucian Yates 


Bobby Jones 


Conne Armstrong 


D. 23 


Beth Haven 


Valley Station, 40272 


John 0. Russell 


Joe Bailey 


Dave Hicks 




Doss 


Louisville, 40214 


Gordon Mjlby 


Kevin Salyer 


Terri Keown 




Fairdale 


Fairdale, 40118 


Marilyn Hohmann 


Stan Hardin 


Betty Thornberry 




Valley 


Louisville, 40272 


Terry W. Shinkle 


Fred Copass 


Bob Durham 


D. 24 


DeSales 


Louisville, 40214 


Dave Winkler 


Mike Campbell 






Evangel Christian 


Louisville, 40219 


Roger Hoagland 


Jim Austin 


Laura Caddy 




Holy Rosary 


Louisville, 40214 


Beverly McAuliffe 




Raymond Koch 




Iroquois 


Louisville, 40215 


Stuart Watts 


Estil Griffis 


Jimmy Just 




Southern 


Louisville, 40219 


Steve Stalllngs 
REGION 7 


Steve Kinney 


Bill Brown 


D. 25 


Brown 


Louisville, 40202 


John Sizemore 


George Walker 


Bill Azevedo 




DuPont Manual 


Louisville, 40208 


Joe Liedtke 


Fred Holden 


Kenny Smith 




Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville, 40204 


Arnold Holtberg 


Mark Cunningham 


Wendy Martin 




Male 


Louisville, 40203 


R. Ted Boehm 


Maurice Payne 


Von Macklin 




Mercy 


Louisville, 40204 


Mary Boyce 




Leslie Scully 




Ninth & Baptist 


Louisville, 40208 


Dan Stevens 


Paul Schuster 


Karen Sweazy 




St. Francis 


Louisville, 40202 


Tom Pike, III 








St. Xavler 


Louisville, 40217 


Edward Driscoll 


Joe Bergamini 





PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



Assumption 

Atherton 

Christian Academy-Louisville 

Seneca 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Fern Creek 
Highview Baptist 
Jeftersontovi/n 
Moore 
Walden 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Kentucky Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Waggener 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 

Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 

Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
South Oldham 
Trimble County 

Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Boone County 
Conner 

Lloyd Memorial 
Notre Dame 
Simon Kenton 
St. Henry 
Walton Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Dixie Heights 

Holy Cross (Covington) 

Ludlov\/ 

Villa Madonna 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Holmes 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Scott 
Silver Grove 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



Louisville, 40205 
Louisville, 40205 
Louisville, 40207 
Louisville, 40220 
Louisville, 40207 

Louisville, 40291 
Louisville, 40228 
Jetfersontown, 40299 
Louisville, 40228 
Louisville, 40207 

Louisville, 40222 
Louisville, 40243 
Louisville, 40241 
Louisville, 40206 
Louisville, 40207 



Shepherdsville, 40165 
Mt. Washington, 40047 
Shepherdsville, 40165 
Taylorsville, 40071 

Lawrenceburg, 40342 
Eminence, 40019 
New Castle, 40050 
Shelbyville, 40065 

Carrollton, 41008 
Warsaw, 41095 
Buckner, 40010 
Crestwood, 40014 
Bedford, 40006 

Dry Ridge, 41035 
Owenton, 40359 
Georgetown, 40324 
Williamstown, 41097 



Florence, 41042 
Hebron, 41048 
Erianger, 41018 
Covington, 41011 
Independence, 41051 
Elsmere, 41018 
Walton, 41094 

Ft. Mitchell, 41017 
Covington, 41011 
Covington, 41011 
Ft. Mitchell, 41017 
Covington, 41015 
Ludlow, 41016 
Villa Hills, 41017 

Bellevue, 41073 
Dayton, 41074 
Covington, 41014 
Newport, 41071 
Newport, 41071 

Alexandria, 41001 
Alexandria, 41001 
Fort Thomas, 41075 
Covington, 41015 
Silver Grove, 41085 



Paris, 40361 
Cynthiana, 41031 
Carlisle, 40311 
Paris, 40361 



Karen Russ 
Janice Fish 
Fonrose Wortham, Jr. 
John Locke 
Peter Fiaig 

Dr. Judy Birkhead 
Daniel W. Kellum 
Byron Bell 
George Carson 
David Nordyke 

Alexandra 'Sandy' Allen 
James Sexton 
Franklin Geoghegar 
Sister Julienne Guy 
Donna R. Ludwig 

REGION 8 

George Valentine 

C.T. Collins 
Jim Huggins 

Larry K. Barnett 
Ken Gray 
Darrell Treece 
Walter Hawkins 

Mr. William Cord 
Mike Stratton 
Blake Haselton 
Joe McWilliams 
Jim Bishop 



Champ Ligon 
Jeff Imlay 
Leonard Coulter 
Joe Thompson 

Earl Poole 
Howard Lewis 
Don Hottman 
Tommy Finnegan 
Jorge I. Oclander 

Scott Davenport 
Don Salyer 
Mark Peeler 

Rob Driggers 



Bill Schott 
Bob Blackburn 
Garry Jervis 
Ricky Jewell 

Glen Drury 
Randy Meflord 
Donald Williams 
Ed Mason 

Bobby Simpson 
Tom Haney 
Gary Forrest 
Randy Penner 
Jim Hurst 



Gene Wynn Mark Cooper 

Brady Link Dominicue Fucci 

Tom Creamer Everette Varney 

Paul H. Bodenhamer, EDD David Miller 



REGION 9 

William F. Baker 
Paul Hogan 
William Stoiden 
Sister Mary Rita 
Michael Tolliver 
Ron Albrinck 
Bob Storer 

Gene Sell 

Steve McCafferty 

Robert Larcher 

Jim Jenkins 

Bill Goller 

Tom Holloway 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 
George Johns 
Dick Howard 
Fred Kelly 
Carl Foster 

Thomas Seither 

George Frakes 
Robert Konerman 
Tim Barrow 

REGION 10 

Wilson Sears 
Joyce Clifford 
Greg Reid 
Homer H. Goins 



Jay Mulcahy 
Bill Warlield 
William Code 

Donnie McFarland 
Dan Trame 
Steve Wright 

Mike Yeagle 
Dan Tieman 
Gene Morrison 
Dean Fookes 
Jeff Trame 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
Mike Flynn 
Mark Krebs 
Ron Dawn 

Jeff VonHandorf 
Bob Jones 
Bill Petty 
Carl Wenderoth 
Ed Cravens 



Russ Day 
Mike Reit2 
Lee Cruse 
Bob Eades 



Stephanie Greathouse 
Jerry Wilson 



Shirley Snyder 



Jamie Waddel 
Sherri Davis 
Art Olliges 



Wayne Walker 
Ernest Freeman 
Dan Kessler 
Peggy Fiehrer 
Bob Stewart 



Bert Hensley 
Jerry Troutman 
Phil Berry 
Steve Slaughter 

Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Todd Gilley 
Jim Wright 

Michelle Duvall 
Judy Klette 
Dave Weedman 
Jim Randall 
J.T. Peniston 

Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Wayne Atkins 
D wight Levi 



Nell Fookes 
Tim Shields 
Carl Schwierjohann 
Nancy Kastner 
Gerry Scaringi 
Ray Kues 
Layna Cheesman 

Frank Seta 



Dave Sorrell 
Bill Goller 
Roger Lewis 
Don Shields 

Gary Akers 

Dennis Soard 
Fred Kelly 
Carl Foster 

Ray Hildebrand 
Tom Russell 
Don Dobson 
Linda Moore 
Steve Sigmon 



Jim Ishmael 
Virgil Jenkins 
Barbara Kenney 
Connie Appelman 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



PAGE ELEVEN 



Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton County 

Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 

Bath County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 

Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Tates Creek 



Madison Central 
Madison Southern 
Model 



Boyle County 

Danville 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Lincoln County 

Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 

McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 

Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Clay County 
Jackson County 
Oneida Baptist Institute 
Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 
Corbin 
Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
St. Camillus 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 

Bell County 
Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Red Bird 



Augusta, 41002 
Brooksville, 41004 
Mt. Olivet, 41064 
Falmouth, 41040 

Flemingsburg, 41041 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Maysville, 41056 
Tollesboro, 41189 

Owingsville, 40360 
Irvine, 40338 
Winchester, 40391 
Mt. Sterling, 40353 



Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Frankfort, 40601 
Versailles, 40383 

Nicholasville, 40356 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40507 

Lexington, 40505 
Lexington, 40502 
Lexington, 40503 
Lexington, 40502 

Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 
Berea, 40403 
Richmond, 40475 



Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Danville, 40422 
Stanford, 40484 

Burgin, 40310 
Lancaster, 40444 
Harrodsburg, 40330 
Harrodsburg, 40330 



Anthony Johnson 
Kenneth Henderson 
Dale Kleinjan 
Steve Craig 

Joe Dan Gold 
Duane Lambert 
Sam Hall 

Fr. Paul Berschied 
Jimmie Staton 

Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Steve Garrett 
Dr. Richard Hughes 
David Points 

REGION 11 

Mike Oder 
Robert Hoagland 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
A! Osborne 



Steve Simpson 
Robert Hall 
Gary McKinney 
Phil Wood 

Mark Grain 
Allen Feldhaus 
Dr. Doug Hines 
Lex Turner 
Randy Harrison 

Roy Wright 
Earl Kirby 
Guy Strong 
Bart Rison 



Ron Reed 
Gary Moore 
Gary Lav(/son 
Gene Kirk 



Thomas C. Walters Julian Cunningham 

Sister Mary Lea Paolucci Danny Haney 
Tom Grunwald Jim Lankster 



Donna George 
Warren Featherston 
Thurmas Reynolds 
Ken Cox 

Dr. Betty Watson 
Raymond Ross, Jr. 
Jesse Ward 
Bruce Bonar 

REGION 12 

Tom Mills 
Robert Rovi^land 
Thomas Kearns 
Mike Candler 

Richard Carlton 
Marshall Norton 

James Gash 



Stearns, 42647 Bobby Nelson 

Monticello, 42633 A. Ralph EdvL^ards 

Russell Springs, 42642 Donnie Morrison 

Monticello, 42633 George Ovi/en Horton 



Liberty, 42539 
London, 40741 
Somerset, 42501 
Somerset, 42501 



Manchester, 40962 
McKee, 40447 
Oneida, 40972 
Mt. Vernon, 40456 

Barbourville, 40906 
Corbin, 40701 
Barbourville, 40906 
Corbin, 40701 
Corbin, 40701 
Williamsburg, 40769 
Williamsburg, 40769 

Pineville, 40977 
Middlesboro, 40965 
Pineville, 40977 
Beverly, 40913 



James Beeler 
Raymond Reed 
Gilbert Wilson 
Curt Wallace 

REGION 13 

Doug Adams 
Betty Bond 
Larry Gritton 
Ronnie Cash 

Larry E. Warren 
Ray Tipton 
Andy Dunn 
Clayton Taylor 
Sister M. Carleen 
W. Virgil Chambers 
Jack Foley 



Darryl Wilder 
Thomas Kelemen 
Roger Dotson 



Bobby Washington 
Al PreWm 
Don Harville 
Nolan Barger 

Bill Smallvi'ood 
Don Richardson 
Tony Cox 
Allen Storie 



Paul Orberson 
Roscoe Denny 
Billy Lange 
Jack Upchurch 



Dave McDaniels 
Greg Edvi^ards 
Steve Morris 

Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Kay Morris 
Rodney Woods 

Jack Stanford 
Charles Broughton 
Dave Fraley 
Bob Tucker 



B. Keith/M. White 
Mike Jones 
Larry Gritton 
David Perkins 

Vencil "Dinky" Phipps 
Bill Hicks 
Richard Prewitt 
Clyde Dixon 

John Davenport 
Richard Previ^itt 

J.D. Strange 
Larry Bruner 
Bryant Caudill 
John D. Wilson 



Mike Applemanon 
Gary Clayton 
Ed Lowdenback 
Janis Appel 

Kelly Flora 
Bob Hutchison 
Joe McKay 
same 



Hopey Nevi^kirk 
Leighton Worrell 
Lisa Goodin 
Mike Kindred 



Frank Miklavcic 
Sally Gaines 
Homer Calvert 
Bill Hill 

Glen Teater 
Scott Welch 



Steve Ward 
Robert Tripure 
Brent Arnold 
Danny Ellison 

Jason Burnell 
Frank Ray 
Mark Sallee 
Kelly Ambrose 



Morris Stevi^art 
Greg Schuiz 
Lisa Selby 
John Kolasa 

Ralph Sallee 
Kenneth Hurt 
Barry Arnold 
Terry Yates 

Jerry Don Ross 
Gary Abbott 
Keith Ellis 
Howard Owens 

Greg Scholl 
Walter Hulett 
Larry Hurt 
John Cooper 



D. Gray/J. Burchell 
Robert Lakes 
Margaret Adkins 
Judy Bullock 



Gerald Foley 
Scott Broughton 
Eddie Harris 

Larry Anderson 
Ray Martin 

Wayne Walters 
Ken Condra 
Bryant Caudill 
Vergella Combsher 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1989 



D. 52 Cawood 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 



D. 64 



Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letcher 
Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 
Dilce Combs 
Hazard 
Leslie County 
M.C. Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

June Buchanan 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 

Jackson City 
Lee County 
Owsley County 
Powell County 
Wolfe County 



Johnson Central 
Magoffin County 
Paintsville 
Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 
Betsy Layne 
McDowell 
Prestonsburg 
Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Johns Creek 
Phelps 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 

East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 

Fairview 

Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 

Boyd County 
Lawrence County 
Paul Blazer 



Harlan, 40831 
Cumberland, 40823 
Evarts, 40828 
Harlan, 40831 



Neon, 41840 
Jenkins, 41537 
Letcher, 41832 
Whitesburg, 41858 

Buckhorn, 41721 
Jeff, 41751 
Hazard, 41701 
Hyden, 41749 
Hazard, 41701 

Jackson, 41339 
Hazard, 41701 
Pippa Passes, 41844 
Hindman, 41822 
Lost Creek, 41348 

Jackson, 41339 
Beattyvllle, 41311 
Booneville, 41314 
Stanton, 40380 
Campton, 41365 



Paintsville, 41240 
Salyersville, 41465 
Paintsville, 41240 
Inez, 41224 

Eastern, 41622 
Betsy Layne, 41605 
McDowell, 41647 
Prestonsburg, 41653 
Wheelwright, 41669 

Dorlon, 41520 
Pikeville, 41501 
Pikeville, 41501 
Pikeville, 41501 
Virgie, 41572 

Belfry, 41514 
Elkhorn City, 41522 
Feds Creek, 41524 
Pikeville, 41501 
Phelps, 41553 



Frenchburg, 40322 
West Liberty, 41472 
Morehead, 40351 

Grayson, 41143 
Sandy Hook, 41171 
Vanceburg, 41179 
Olive Hill, 41164 

Ashland, 41101 
Greenup, 41144 
Raceland, 41169 
Russell, 41169 

Ashland, 41101 
Louisa, 41230 
Ashland, 41101 



Shelton R. Smith 
Eugene Stagnolia 
Wallace Napier, Jr. 
Bob R. Morris 

REGION 14 

David D. Jones 
Carson Slone 
Sherrill Slone 
David L. Williams 

Dennis Wooton 
Doug Campbell 

Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 

Hargus Rogers 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
Dr. Otis Balkcom 
James W. Reynolds 
Doran Hostetler 

Arnie Isaacs 
Gary Pack 
Russell Duff 
Lonnie Morris 
Charles E. Tapley 

REGION 15 

Paul Setser 
Dwight Johnson 
Grayson Boyd 
John Haney 

Don Daniels, Sr. 
Adrian E.Bentley 
Bob Hall 
Robert May 
Lonnie Slone 

Glenn Wallace 
Robert Wright 
Richard Goodman 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 

Frank Welch 
James Hawkins 
Dorse Adkins 
Ronald Thompson 
John O'Brien 

REGION 16 

James D. Trimble 
John Johnston 
Marvin Moore 

Harlan Fleming 
Jody Sword 
Michael Edington 
George Steele 

Robert Morrison 
David Seals 
John Stephens 
Jerry Blanchard 

Brice Thornbury 
Eddie Michael 
Janice Ledford 



Greg Coldiron 
Ralph Roberts 
David Parks 
Kevin Ball 



Mark Johnson 
Harvey Tackett 
Dan Bates 
Gary Gibson 



Raymond Cox 
John Bond 
Kim Kelly 
David Davies 



Larry & Sue Kincer 
Teresa Bentley 
Manis Blair 
John High 



John Paul Amis Peggy Moore 

Harold Combs Charles Minks 

Donald "Happy" Mobelini William Fannin 

Ronald Stidham Wendell Wilson 

Denny Fugate Oramious Napier, Jr 



Dook Kent Combs 
Ed Morgan 

Doran Hostetler 

Joey Milburn 
Darrell Hogan 



Hoskins Carroll 



Alvln Ratliff 
Danny Adams 
Bill M. Runyon 
Roger Van Harless 

John Martin 
William Newsome, Jr. 
Johnny R. Turner 
Gordon Parido 
Monroe Jones 

Gene Tackett 
Steve Deskins 
Coy Sammons 
ken Trivette 
Bobby Osborne 

Raymond Justice, Jr. 
Randy McCoy 
Ralph Good 
Eugene Lyons 
Dale Hunt 



Larry Brown 
George Bellamy 
Tim Moore 

Charles Baker 
Jeft Riley 
Rob Hall 
Grady Lowe 

Rex Cooksey 
Randy Ward 
Ed Jenkins 
Mike Sherman 

Roger Zornes 
Sam Sparks 
Steve Hall 



Irene Strong 
Zella/Elmer Combs 
Ronda Combs 
Herbie Stamper 
Elaine Gibson 

Nick Poppas 
Regina Hubbard 
Randall Spencer 
Bruce Reynolds 
Gordon Hatlon 



Steve Whitaker 

Dwight Burchetl 
Robin Harmon 

Bonita Compton 
Karen Henry 
Cassandra Keathley 
Briget Clay 
Judy Eversole 

Bobby Spears 
Cindy Adkins 
Joe fvlarison 
Libby White 
Rodney Rowe 

Sherry Hatfield 
B. J. Elswick 
Janet Potter 
Jenifer Syck 
Ronnie Preece 



Terry Young 
Joannie Albury 
Claudia Hicks 



Tammy Hall 
John Brown 

Mike Perkins 
Steve Coldiron 
Randell Vanderhoof 
Mary Robinson 

Paul Rice 
Sophia Renfro 
Connie Green 



All football '^ 

COACHES & PRINCIPALS 



SPORTING GOODS ^^ 

90' ^~ -^,....^«-i 



1 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 ^ W^\f^\7\\ 

r Annual ^^^P^^^, 



^V 



^oo 



Watch 
for more j-^i 



Brochures to 

Coming January 10, 11 12th, 1990 
Be Ready! 

^^ You Can't Afford To Miss, Special Prices ^ 
;| On All Football Equipment: ^ 

Helmets, Clothing, Shoes, Shoulder Pads & Much More^ 

'^''' FOR A REAL 

!- .-... 



n 



Order Now for Tournaments! 



23" Inflatable No. 1 Hands 

•Compact - can ship & store 100 in same space as 1 foam 
•Strong 3'/2 mil puncture-resistant co-polymer polyethylene 
•Can be deflated for storage & reuse 
•Will not discolor 
•Up to 4-color printing 
•One or two side printing 





Inflate by mouth 
(automatic shut-off valve) 

Specifications: 

Size: 13'/2 X 23", uninflated 

Shipping Weight: 16 lbs. per carton of 250 

Packaging: 250 per carton 

Orders (250-3,000): Stock hand preprinted red, blue, 
green or orange with white hand outline - screen 
imprinted in red, blue, green, orange or black 

C opv Limits: Call for copy area layout (or larger 
quantities). Camera ready art should be supplied. 
Additional charges for artwork, photography or 
composition. 

Plate Charges: 250-3,000 - 1 side screen J40.00. \ 
2 side screen DIFFERENT COPY S70.00. 



Quantities of 250 to 3,000: Preprinted stock hands are available for screen imprinting. Choose from 
red, blue, green, or orange hands. Screen print one color messages in red, blue, black, green or 
orange, one or two sides. 




Screen Imprinted 

PRICE EACH PIECE: 

VPIFS-1, 1 side imprint #1 Hand 

VPIFS-2. 2 side imprint #1 Hand 



Note: For one side imprint, either the front or back may be imprinted. 



250 

1.87 
2.39 



500 
1.65 
2.09 



1,000 
1.39 
1.75 



2,000 
1.36 
1.69 



3,000 
1.22 
1.54 



r*' 



,.j 



1 Side Imprint 

250 X $1.87 = $467.50 

Screen Charge $40.00 

You Sell at This Price $507.50 

Your Profit is $93.50 

You Pay Riherd's $414.00 

Riherd's Sport Shop 231 West Main 
Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 



2 Side Imprint 

250 X $2.39 = $597.50 

Screen Charge $70.00 

You Sell at This Price $667.50 

Your Profit is $119.50 

You Pay Riherd's $548.00 

1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
PC Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
US Postage 

PAID 
Richmond, KY 
Permit No 108 



7^\ 






•V* 






January, 1990 

Volume L, No. 6 



.\ n"* 



>. 

^k^ . 

^^J 



t 






V 



■% 






% 



aft*~— 




Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member of National Federation of Stale High School Associalions 



VIEWPOINTS 




At What Cost Is Victory In Athletics? 

by Jim Watkins 

Win — pressure; victory — pressure; choose — pressure; practice, practice, practice — pressure. Sound familiar? These are the 
words and ideas that we are preaching to our high school athletes. 

Today, high school sports are BIG dollar productions. Victory and winning teams mean dollars for the athletic department, new 
uniforms, travel, prestige for community. But where are we going with our athletes and their values? What type of future do we see for 
tomorrow's players'? What have we done to the play for the love-of-the-game attitude? Have we changed to a play-for-the-dollar 
attitude'' 

Years ago, many young men and women played athletics for the pleasure and the thrill. It was fun, exciting and for some a little 
glamour. We loved the games, had fun, celebrated in victory and cried in defeat. Where are we now? What has happened to change 
these innocent games to mortal combaf 

As our society has evolved, we have become a nation of conditional support givers, e.g., "if you win we will support you." "If you 
don't we will go on to something else." We have replaced camaraderie and team desire with victory and money. 

Television, sports publications - the entire media service has placed all athletic events in a win only mode. If we don't win, we 
receive little if any publicity. In order to receive media attention, we must produce winners. 

How has this winning attitude changed high school athletics'' We now specialize. We make athletes decide the sport in which they 
will participate, what coach they like the best, what perks they are to receive, and then tell them they must give themselves to the 
program 1 2 months a year. We practice our athletic teams constantly to keep up with the other coaches and programs. We direct our 
athletes to summer camps, summer league play, practice out of season (until some get caught), demand total dedication to our phase 
of life. We have sold ourselves to victory at all costs. 

When do kids get to be kids? I am not against working hard as a team to develop a winning program and a proud program. I am 
concerned with the method we are using to achieve this end. Families now must postpone or even cancel summer vacations or 
Christmas vacations so that their sons and daughters can play in tournaments or take part in a summer camp. This has added in 
breaking down the family unit. 

We as athletic administrators have let the universities and colleges and the camp organizers (and now the shoe manufacturers) 
control our very lives. We pay money to universities for summer camps to allow their coaching staffs to view and recruit our young 
people at our expense. We have allowed rating services to exploit our young people. In our desire to be noticed, we have let others 
manipulate us and our programs. 

It is time we took a look at ourselves and our programs. Our country was built on dedication, desire and the will to succeed. But at 
what cost IS victory? We need to let our athletes experience the athletic arena for the fun and pleasure of the event. We need to look at 
the recruiting services, the college programs and the media. Athletics has become big business. As administrators we need to review 
our purpose and re-examine the basic goals for athletic programs. We may have lost sight of our original goals — our purpose for 
becoming athletic administrators. Do our programs accurately reflect our values'? 

Watkins is athletic coordinator for the Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville. Kentucky. Reprinted from National Federation News. 

What Has Happened To The High School Athlete? 

by Bob Herring 

What has happened to the high school athlete'' Has he really disappeared? You could have seen him in the past. The one who 
walked down the hall, head held high, proud of tradition. The jacket or sweater that had been earned through dedication, sweat and 
just plain hard work might be seen on that special someone. 

Today that spirit and pride has been replaced by the "Spuds," less filling and tastes great. Pride in the school has fallen in with the 
feeling that "hey. we're not really very good so you will probably beat us." Coaches are trying everything in their bag of tricks to get the 
athlete "fired up" but the attitude that comes forth is "I am herefor my own entertainment and I could just as soon be someplace else." 
Hard work has been replaced by "is practice going to be very long''" Dedication has been replaced by, "have yoi, seen the new 
arcade game''" Self-sacnfice has also fallen by the wayside, waiting to be found. 

The athlete may not have been the best student in school and his homework probably was not completely correct, but school work 
was done - handed in on time. There was never the thought of "but we have a game tonight," "we had a game last night" or "the coach 
made us practice for two hours." There were no excuses. 

Sportsmanship — is there really such a thing'' In high school athletics, sportsmanship should be the overriding theme above all else. 

"The ideals of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior and integrity permeate our culture . . . good sportsmanship are those qualities 
of behavior which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others." according to an article in the October 1989 
National Federation News. 

All of this has been thrown out only to be replaced by the booing during the introduction of the visiting teams, booing the substitution 
of a home team member, crying because "I didn't get to start," "cat calls" and having the fans more entertaining than the team. 

There are 10 educational principles of athletics: 

1. Learning to compete within a given set of rules. 

2. Learning how to maintain physical well being. 

3. Learning the importance of constructive release of energies. 

4. Learning how to handle socially acceptable recognition. 

5. Learning how to understand other people's feelings and attitudes. 

6. Learning emotional control. 

7. Learning the importance of self-discipline. 

8. Learning how to persevere toward a goal. 

9. Learning to think under pressure. 

10. Learning how to be loyal to a situation, cause, school or nation. 
These are not just educational principles but the entire backbone for which the student-athlete should strive to once again be the 
respected one. The one that the first and second graders look up to and want to be like. The person who was the hero of the game, not 
the one who had to be pulled for not being in shape because the "Silver Bullet" means more than wanting to win. 

Herring has coached wrestling and boys and girls track for 1 4 years at EncampentHigh School in Encampent, Wyoming. Reprinted 
from National Federation News. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky Higfi School Athletic Association 



VOL. L, NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1990 



$10.00 



Announcing . , . 
1st Annual KHSAA/Dawahares 
Hall of Fame Classic 

ADAIR COUNTY MADISON CENTRAL 






First Row (L R) Kenny Akin (Mgr ) Mike Scoti Nathan Lasley Jeff Young Chad 
Bndgewater Bnceson Walkup Steve fvlarshail Gabe Pendleton (fvlgr } Second 
Row Coach Keith Young Steve Young Heath Walkup Chad (Vlornson Chris 
Coomer, Jason Camfield, Bug Knight, Asst. Coach Ralph fvlcQueary 



First Rovn (L-R) - Blake Long, Tad Cam. Shane Benton, Kyle Goble. John Shearer. 
Second Row (L-R) fulatt Foley, Tony Tipton. Shawn Busson. Kevin Jenkins. Darrel 
Walker. Third Row |L-R) - Curt Lyons. Carlos Walker. Chris Turpin. James Parks. 
Mike Stacy. 



Madison Central 60 





Madison Central 71 


PRP 75 


PRP 73 












Rowan County 




Adair County 69 




Pleasure Ridge 
Park 


THIRD 


CHAMPION 


PLACE 


Rowan County 74 


Rowan County 57 


Adair County 67 













PLEASURE RIDGE PARK 



ROWAN COUNTY 




Standing (L-R) - Dillard Raymer (Mgr), Roy Guffey (Mgr), Mark Hoover, Troy 
Goodnight, John Coffman, Daymond Marks. Andre Johnson, Bobby Cosgrove. 
Chris Brooks, Andre Wilbanks. Naymond Marks. Andy Penick, James Simpson, 
Chris Doolin, Shawn Pfaadt. J.J. Watters, Kerrie Browne (Mgr). Sitting (L-R) - Asst. 
Coach Dave Wilson, Asst. Coach Larry Kihnley, Head Coach Dale Mabrey, 
Assistant Coach Mike Baxter. 



First Row Players (L R) Chris Martin Bubby Blair Jeremiah Jackson Anthony 
Molihan Tom Messer Second Row (L R) Larry Coldiron Billy Spears Raymond 
Waddell Kelly Wells John Dowdy Dan Hamilton Matt Braughler Head Coach 
Tim Moore: Assistant Coaches Gerald Arnett, Kelly Middleton, Gary Ford; 
Managers Scott Porter. Keith Ryan, Mike Justice, Ovid Doepke. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



JANUARY, 1990 



VOL. L, NO. 6 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1 988- 1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller 
(1 986- 1 990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1 988- 1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1 993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1 989-1 992) Molus, Liz Trabandt 
(1988-1991) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

December 1, 1989 



APPEALS HEARINGS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville, Kentucky 
on Friday morning, December 1, 1989, for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The meeting was called to order by 
President Sam Chandler at 9:00 a.m. Present were all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
V. Wise and Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries & Louis 
Stout, S.I.D. Julian Tackett, Earl Cox, George Unseld, 
Commissioner of Jefferson County Activities and Athletics, 
and Harry Loy, representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by Mr. Chandler. 

Charles Miller made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore 
that the Board split to hear the numerous appeals to be 
presented. Huston DeHaven and Sam Chandler served as 
Chairmen of the groups. Prior to the hearings, the Board 
discussed at length By-Law 6, Transfer Rule and Foreign 
Exchange Students. 

Following the hearings of all appeals, the following actions 
were taken by the Board. 
Waived By-Law 6, Transfer Rule: 

Matthew K. Ward - Ballard 

Kyle W. Webster - West Hardin 

Heather Gray - Moore 

Richard Metzger - Male 

Did not waive By-Law 6: 
Jennifer King 



Other actions on appeals presented are as follows: 
Waived By-Law 5, Section 3 for Robbie Kinney and 
Harold Chiers 
Voted to reinstate the eligibility of William R. Sanderfer. 

The meeting was then adjourned until 8:30 a.m., Saturday. 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING December 2, 1989 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn, Louisville, Kentucky on 
Saturday, December 3, 1 989. The meeting was called to order 
by President Sam Chanddler at 8:30 a.m. with all Board 
members present with the exception of Charles Miller. Also 
present were Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant 
Billy V. Wise, AssL Commissioners Brigid L DeVries and 
Louis Stout, S.I.D. Julian Tackett, and State Department of 
Education Representative Harry Loy. The invocation was 
given by Sam Chandler. 

The meeting was opened with a continuing discussion of 
By-Law 6, as it pertained to the transfers of Kristen and Laura 
Humble, Monticello High School, and of Christina Dierks, a 
Foreign Exchange Student at Southern High School. 
Following a lengthy discussion, the Board voted to uphold the 
Commissioner's rulings in both cases. 

Charles K. Henry made a motion, seconded by Liz Trabandt, 
that the minutes of the meeting held on October 12-14, 1989, 
be approved as submitted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson moved to approve the minutes of the 
October 25th meeting of the East Eligibility Committee. Eddie 
Saylor seconded the motion which passed. 

Next on the Agenda was Patti Schiller who addressed the 
Board on By-Law 6. 

President Chandler then called on Donald Butler to speak 
to the Board to submit a bid on behalf of Owensboro to host 
the 1990 State Baseball Tournament Mr. Butler discussed the 
availability of the site and lodging facilities. Following his 
invitation and recommendations by Asst. Commissioner 
Louis Stout, Bob Rogers made a motion that the 1991 and 
1 992 State Baseball Tournaments be held in Owensboro, and 
that the 1990 tournament return to the University of Kentucky 
in Lexington. Huston DeHaven seconded the motion, which 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Stout advised the Board that a Soccer Association has 
been established for the purpose of training officials and 
financing some of the training. 

Exec. Asst. Wise introduced the new Sectional Directors -- 
Jerry Kimmel, representing Section I; Jack Wise, representing 
Section III; John Radjunas, representing Section IV. George 
Mercker, the representative from Section II was unable to 
attend the meeting. 

Marvin Moore made a motion that all bills of the Association 
for the period of October 1-31, 1989, be approved. Alvis 
Johnson seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

President Chandler called on David Points, Chairman 
of the Basketball Committee for .lis report, it was the 
recommendation of the Committee that the Commissioner 
determine the Regional Basketball Tournament sites and that 
he be guided in his decision by reviewing the information 
contained in the written requests submitted by the schools 
wishing to host the Regional site. This decision shall be made 
public through the media by December 15. Objections or 
concerns of the site selection may be appealed to the Board 
of Control at the regular scheduled meeting in January. Alvis 
Johnson made a motion that the Basketball Committee's 
report be accepted. O.K. Henry seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Marvin Moore then gave a report of the All-Sports 
Committee. The Committee had been asked to re-survey the 
golf schools to determine their desire to return Golf to Spring. 
The Committee recommended that no survey be conducted 
until after the 1990 Golf season. The motion was seconded 
and passed unanimously. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



PAGE THREE 



Minutes of the Board continued. 

The Committee made a recommendation tliat a request for 
Tennis to be moved from Spring to a Fall sport be tabled; 
recommended a proposal be submitted to the Delegate 
Assembly providing that the first match in volleyball shall not 
lal<e place before the 4th Monday in August; recommended 
that Tennis uniforms contain no advertising of tobacco, 
alcohol or obscenity. David Points moved to accept the 
recommendations of the All-Sports Committee with the 
exception thatthe uniform recommendation include all sports 
-- not just Tennis. Sandy Allen seconded the motion vjh[ch 
passed unanimously. 

Following a discussion of requests that Madison Southern 
and Rowan County be reclassified in Football for 1990, Bob 
Rogers moved, seconded by Jack Portwood that these 
schools remain in their present class for 1990. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise then presented other requests from Football 
schools: 

1)\/irgie High School - request to remain in Class Afor 1990 
season following merger with Dorton High School. The Board 
suggested that Mr. Wise survey the schools in Class A, 
Region IV, District2fortheirrecommendationsand reporthis 
findings at the January meeting. 

2) East Hardin/West Hardin (Merge would place them in 
Class AAAA, Region District 2) 

3) Dunbar (new Lexington school to be placed in Class AAAA, 
Region IV, District I, 1990 only) 

4) Greenwood (new Bowling Green school due to the split of 
Warren Central to be placed in Class AA, Region I, District 2) 

5) North Muhlenberg/South Muhlenberg (Merge of seven 
county schools would place them in Class AAA, Region I, 
District 1 starting in the 1993-94 school year.) 

Eddie Saylor made a motion to accept items 2-4 as 
recommended above. Bob Rogers seconded the motion 



which passed unanimously. The Board tabled item 5. 

Commissioner Mills reminded Board members thai 
proposals to be presented to the Delegate Assembly in April 
should be submitted by the January meeting. He advised the 
Board members of the nature of the proposals he had 
received as of November 30. 

Mr. Wise reported that $341 ,025.00 in ticket sales had been 
received through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament had netted $18,280.00. Both of the 
reported figures show an increase over last year's receipts at 
this same time. 

The next meeting of the Board will be held in Louisville at 
the Executive Inn during the Louisville Invitational 
Tournament. The time for the appeals hearings will beat 1:00 
p.m. on Friday, January 19, and the regular meeting will be 
held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 20. 

In regard to an earlier motion made at the October 14 
meeting of the Board regarding a Football game to be played 
between Elkhorn City and Whitesburg in August of 1990, Bob 
Rogers made a motion, seconded by Eddie Saylor that 
Elkhorn City honor their contract with Whitesburg and play at 
Whitesburg, and that the $1 ,000. forfeiture fee be waived. 

Commissioner Mills gave a updated report of the Building 
Committee. 

Sandy Allen made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore, 
that the increase in per diem approved at the July Board 
meeting be made retroactive to July 1. The motion passed. 

Asst. Comm. Stout advised the Board that South Oldham 
High School had been added to Frankfort Region in Wrestling. 

Sandy Allen expressed appreciation on behalf of the Board 
to the Friends ofAthletics for the hospitality shown at the State 
Football Playoffs. 

There being no further business, Liz Trabandt made a 
motion thatthe meeting be adjourned. Sandy Allen seconded 
the motion which passed. 




TARGET VIDEOS 



The following video tapes are available to schools tor use in their Drug and Alcohol Programs. They are 
available from the K.H.S.A.A. on a check-out basis for a maximum of two weeks. 

School personnel wanting to use the video tapes may request them in writing or by contacting the 
K.H.S.A.A. by phone. The toll free' number is 1-800-248-3234. 



VC0001-A-E Do We or Don't We? 1/2" VMS 

A four minute trigger film of a teenage band, the Gravediggers, practicing before auditioning for their first big 
job. But, they need a drummer and are waiting for a new kid who was recommended by their band teacher. The 
drummer arrives but refuses to play unless they drink a beer before playing. 

VC0002-A-E Him or Me? 1 /2" VHS 

A four minute trigger film opens as a camp is just over and two of the couselors are planning to go to a party. 
One of the young campers, Harry, Is left behind and has to wait for his mother who is late in picking him up. The 
counselors are confronted with the decision about what to do with Harry. One counselor offers to take Harry 
along to the counselor's party. The other offers to take Harry on a canoe trip. Harry likes both of the counselors 
and is torn between the two choices he has to make. 

VC0003-A-E Alcohol Trigger Films for Junior High School 1/2" VHS 

A set of three short dramatic, open-ended situations designed to provoke discussions in alcohol education 
programs. They are used in Foundation-developed junior high and elementary grade alcohol and traffic 
safety education programs. The sequences are entitled: 

THE PARTY — (2 minutes) - A new boy in town wants to make friends with his peers and offers his house for a 
party while his parents are away. 

THE MOTHER — (2 minutes) - An intoxicated mother picks up her daughter and takes her and a friend to a 
shopping mall. 
THE RIDE — (3 minutes) - Younger students are offered drinks by older friends and then invited to gofor a ride. 

continued on page 12. 





PAGE FOUR THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 

Official Nomination Form 

Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Hall of Fame 

The Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame is open to anyone who has played, officiated or 
administered high school athletics at any Kentucky high school, past or present, and to anyone who has been of service to 
Kentucky high school athletics. 

This nomination form may be duplicated and used to nominate an unlimited number of potential members. Any person may 
make a nomination. In particular, principals, superintendents, athletic directors and coaches are requested to make nominations. 

The deadline for returning this form is April 1 , 1990 for the 1991 class of Inductees. Please return the form to — 

Earl Cox 

Dawahares - K.H.S.A.A. Hall of Fame 

c/o Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

P.O. Box 22280 

Lexington, KY 40522 



Nomination Form 

(please print oi type all information) 



Name of person nominated: 
Address of person being nominated: 
(or surviving relative if deceased) 
City, State, Zip: 
Telephone of person being nominated: 

Briefly list accomplishments of nominee: 



List names of school(s) where nominee was involved: 



This nomination form is for the 1991 banquet which is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, March 12, 1991 . 

All nominations will be forwarded to the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to be appointed by the President of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association Board of Control. 



The first class of inductees into the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame were — Ralph Beard, 
Ralph Carlisle, L.J. "Butch" Charmoli, Blanton Collier, IVIorton Combs, Ralph Dorsey, Gerl Grigsby, Cliff Hagan, Clem Haskins, Peck 
Hickman, Stephanie Hightower-Leftwich, Paul Hornung, Wallace "Wah" Jones, W.L Kean, Roy Kidd, Frank "Dr." Litkenhous, Garnis 
Martin, Mary T. Meagher, Letcher Norton, Joe Ohr, Homer Rice, Ted Sanford, J.W. "Spider" Thurman, John Bill Trivette, S.T. Roach 
and Russ Williamson. 

The second class of inductees into the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame were Gay Brewer, 
E. A. "Ed" Diddle, Stella Gilb, Butch Beard, Tommy Bell, Jerry Claiborne, Kelly Coleman, Howard Crittenden, Lyman Ginger, Delmas 
Gish, Bill Harrell, Clemette Haskins, Preston 'Ty" Holland, Earle Jones, Harry Jones, Larry Jones, Kenny Kuhn, Lenny Lyies, Joe 
Billy Mansfield, Lawrence McGlnnIs, Paulle Miller, Donna Murphy, Frank Ramsey, Bev Ramser, McCoy "Red" Tarry, and Westley 
Unsold. 

The third Induction ceremony for the Dawahares - Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame will be held March 
20, 1990 at the Executive West Hotel in Louisville. The 1990 Inductees are Roy Bowling, John Burr, Warren Cooper, Johnny Cox, 
Nick Denes, Sharon Garland, Jim Green, Darrell Girffith, Jane Meyer, John Oldham, Norman Passmore, Gene Rhodes, Mike 
Silliman, Jack Thompson and Fairce Woods. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



PAGE FIVE 




1989-90 DISTRICT AND REGIONAL WRESTLING MANAGERS 



District Managers 



Western Jefferson 

Butch Greschel 
Fairdale High School 
1001 Fairdale Road 
Fairdale 40118 



Central Jefferson 

Kenny Ellenbrand 
Trinity High School 
4011 Shelbyville Road 
Louisville 40207 



East Jefferson 

Jack Jacobs 
Waggener High School 
330 South Hubbards Lane 
Louisville 40207 



Northern Kentucky 

Wayne Badida 
Conner High School 
Limaburg Road, Box 36 
Hebron 41048 

Western Kentucky 

Jim Perrin 

Christian County High School 

Glass Avenue 

Hopkinsville 42240 



Frankfort 

Raymond Webb 
Frankfort High School 
328 Shelby Street 
Frankfort 40601 

Harrison County 

Gary Dearborn 

Harrison County High School 
Webster Avenue 
Cynthiana 41031 



Hardin County 

Bobby Williams 
West Hardin High School 
10471 Leitchfield Road 
Stephensburg 42781 



Regional Managers 



Harrison County/ Frankfort 

Ray Webb 

Frankfort High School 
328 Shelby Street 
Frankfort 40601 



West/Central Jefferson 

Larry Mann (At Trinity) 
Kentucky School F/T Blind 
4011 Shelbyville Road 
Louisville 40207 



Hardin County/Western Kentucky 

Jim Ploesser 
Hopkinsville High School 
430 Koffman Drive 
Hopkinsville 42240 



East Jefferson/Northern Kentucky 

Frank Fichiara/Wayne Badida 
Dixie Heights High School 
3010 Dixie Highway 
Fort Mitchell 41017 



State Finals Managers 



Larry Mann, Manager 
Kentucky School F/T Blind 
1867 Frankfort Avenue, Box 6005 
Louisville 40206 



Sandy Callahan, Assistant Manager 
Atherton High School 
3000 Dundee Road 
Louisville 40205 




TOURNAMENTS 



The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 16-17, 1990. Larry 

Mann will manage the State Tournament. 

The district and regional tournaments will be held on February 3 and 10. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



® 



K.H.S.A.A. 

TRACK AND FIELD 

COMMITTEE MEETING 



The Kentucky High School Athletic Association Track and 
Field Committee met at the Association Office in Lexington on 
Thursday, January 4, 1990. The meeting was called to order 
by Brigid L. DeVrles, Assistant Commissioner at 1 :30 P.M. 

Members present were: Bro. Borgia, Charlie Ruter, Alice 
Leigh, Jeff Saylor, John Gettler, Rudy McKlnney, Bill Patton, 
Jack Wise, Bob Stacey, Jack Keller and Jean Wright. 
Members absent were Scott Welch, Lyman Brown and Ruth 
Whitehouse. 

Charlie Ruter reported on the Mason Dixon Games to be 
held on January 26 & 27, 1990, In Louisville at Broadbent 
Arena, which Is adjacent to Freedom Hall. The Mason Dixon 
Committee Is coordinating efforts with the KICCCA to help 
secure officials for the high school division. The high school 
division will be open to Kentucky athletes only. The Kentucky 
Association of the Athletics Congress is sponsoring a TAC 
Officials Clinic on Sunday, January 21 , 1 990, at the downtown 
YMCA at Second and Chestnut In Louisville, For more 
information on the clinic, contact Charlie Ruter at 
502-239-5258. 

The first item on the Agenda was a discussion of the 
Regional and Sectional Track Meets and sites. Committee 
members discussed and made recommendations regarding 
Regional and Sectional sites. Ms. DeVrles will begin to solicit 
sites for both the 1990 Regional and Sectional Meets. The 
dates for the 1990 Meets are as follows: 



Regional Meets: 
Sectional Meets: 
State Meet: 



May 11 & 12, 1990 
May 19, 1990 
May 26, 1990 



The next item on the agenda was a discussion regarding 
the newly hired Regional Directors, their function and their 
relationship to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association. 
The directors are as follows: Representing Regions 1 -4, Jerry 
Kimmel: Regions 5-8, George Mercker; Regions 9-12. Jack 
Wise: Regions 13-16, John Radjunas. Mr. Jack Wise was In 
attendance at the meeting and gave a report on his activities 
and goals in the area of officiating. Mr. Wise, as well as the rest 
of the regional directors, will be working very closely with the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association in the promotion 
and improvement of officiating in all sports where the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association registers officials. 

The following are the dates and locations for the 1990 
Track and Field Clinics: 

Saturday Marcti 17, 1990 Richmond, Eastern Kentucky 

University 12:00 P.M. 
Tuesday March 27, 1990 Owensboro, Daviess 

County HS 7:00 P.M. 

Wednesday March 28. 1990 Louisville, St. Xavier HS 7:00 P.M. 
Thursday March 29, 1990 Lexington, Tates 

Creek HS 7:00 P.M 

Tuesday April 10, 1990 Ashland. Russell HS 7:00 P.M 
Wednesday April 11. 1990 Covington, Covington 

Catholic HS 7:00 P.M. 

The clinic scheduled for March 17, 1990, will be In 
conjunction with the Learn-By-DoIng Clinic coordinated by 
Bill Patton and the KTCCCA at Eastern Kentucky University 
Perkins Building. It was suggested that an additional clinic be 
scheduled in the Elizabethtown area at a later date. 

The next item for discussion was the State Track MeeL The 
current State Meet format was reviewed and suggestions 
were made regarding the state information. The Committee 
recommended a proposal be submitted to the Board of 
Control that the schools be surveyed for the addition of the 
3200m run and the girls' triple. The proposal will be presented 




at the next Board of Control meeting in January. 

Bob Stacey gave a brief report on the Junior Olympic, 
Region 5. Meet scheduled for July 12-15, 1990 In Lexington. 
Athletes will be representing Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia 
and Michigan. 

The next item for discussion was the National Federation 
Rule Changes. The rule changes were minor this year with 
uniforms again being clarified in the points of emphasis. 

Jean Wright presented a status report on the Blue Grass 
State Games. The games are scheduled for July 27-29, 1 990, 
at the University of Kentucky. Mrs. Wright encouraged more 
participation by high school athletes from all areas of the 
state. 

Miscellaneous items Included some recommendations 
regarding officials and clinic attendance for the Board of 
Control to consider at their next meeting. They are as follows: 

1. Clinic attendance be required for all track coaches and 
officials. 

2. At track meets where there are 7 or more teams, or regional 
and sectionals, there must be at least one KHSAA registered 
official. 

3. The recommended fee for the one required official, (starter, 
referee, etc.) would be $35.00 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 



Films of several previous K.H.S.A.A. state championship 
events as well as films related to the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored 
sports are available through Ms. Annette Andrews at the 
University of Kentucky Film Library, Lexington, KY, 40506. Her 
phone Is (606) 257-8456. A small fee Is charged for use in 
order to cover postage. These events were filmed and the 
related films purchased for the benefit and use of all Kentucky 
high school coaches and personnel to promote all of the 
K.H.S.A.A. sports. 

The lollowing is the list currently available: 

BASEBALL 

Cincinnati Reds: Baseball Real Winners (1981) 
Cincinnati Reds: Pete Rose Big Hit (1985) 
The Hustle's Back (1984) 
Reds Baseball Building for '83 

BASKETBALL 

Basketball - For the '90's (1989) 
Basketball - The Right Way (1986) 
Bourbon Co. vs. Logan Co. (1984 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Butler vs. Franklin County High (1980 Girls State 

Basketball Tournament) 
Lafayette vs. Christian County High School (1979 Boys 

Basketball Finals) 
Laurel County vs. Lafayette (1979 Girls Basketball 

Finals) 
Laurel County vs. North Hardin (1982 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) 
Mercy Academy vs. Marshall County (1982 Girls State 

Basketball Finals) 
Owensboro vs. Louisville Doss (1980 Boys State 

Basketball Finals) continued. 



From The Commissioner's Office Kl@71§ ® (^i@f ( 



FOURTH ANNUAL WOMEN'S SPORTS DAY SET FOR FEBRUARY 8 

National Girls and Women in Sports Day will be celebrated for the fourth year in a row on 
February 8, 1990, it has been announced by Carol Mann, president of the Women's Sports 
Foundation. The theme of this year's celebration is "Women and Sports: A Winning 
Combination." 

Events nationwide are being planned by the Women's Sports Foundation, the National 
Association for Girls and Women in Sport, the Girls Clubs of America, and the Young 
Women's Christian Association. These five organizations have sponsored the Day since the 
first one in 1987. 

Among the plans for the day are a luncheon in Wsahington, DC, with Senators, 
Representatives, and top women athletes. Many schools and colleges across the country will 
observe the day. 

Every year, the number of local celebrations of the Day grows," noted Mann. "Schools 
honor their best women athletes, hold reunions of former athletes and plan many other 
activities. Poster contests and essay contests abound, and recreation facilitites use the week 
to plan special activities of interest to women." 

Congress will be asked again to proclaim February 8 National Girls and Women in Sports 
Day, as it has in previous years. 

REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, as it 
applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected 
by this rule, which states that following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no 
further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of 
the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, 
and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to 
coach members of the high school team In a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation of the rules 
governing the Limitation of Seasons. 

GATORADE CIRCLE OF CHAMPIONS HONORS TWO KENTUCKIANS 

The Gatorade Circle of Champions has been extended to include two Kentuckians. 
Sweeper Tom Neff of Louisville Ballard has been named as the GATORADE Circle of 
Champions Kentucky High School Soccer Player of the Year, and is eligible to win further 
honors as the regional and national level. Past Kentucky winners include John Gompper, 
Jerome Hill, Toby Wilcox and Jason Stanbury. 

The Gatorade Circle of Champions also has honored Mark Askin of Louisville St. Xavier as 
the Kentucky High -School Football Player of the Year, making him eligible for regional and 
national honors. Past winners of the award from Kentucky include Al Baker, Frank Jacobs, 
Craig Walker, and Aaron Payne. 



BASKETBALL TICKET UPDATE 

Ticket order forms for the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments have been mailed to the 
member schools and school systems and a great many have been received by this office. If 
you did not receive an order form, please request one today, do not wait until just prior to the 
event when your request may not be able to be filled. All advance orders are in the process of 
being filled, and should be mailed to all ticket holders by the end of January. 

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO HOLD OFF ON SCHEDULES 

Due to the fact that there is the potential for a significant realignment in football, football 
playing schools are encouraged not to sign contracts which call for games beyond the 1990 
season. The starting date will change in 1991, as well as the district alignment changes, and 
until this alignment is finalized, probably in the early spring, it would be advisable to hold off 
from finalizing schedules and contracts. i 

NOTICE ON COACHING BOX 

Effective this fall, the K.H.S.A.A. is again in compliance with National Federation Playing 
Rules as they pertain to the coaching box. The box shall be six foot in length, beginning with 
the mid court line (hash mark) and extended towards the end line. The K.H.S.A.A. has 
diagrams available to assist in the placement of the box. Also, schools which are forced to 
use a bench configuration at the end of the floor must have permission from the K.H.S.A.A. in 
order to use this configuration. In addition, both benches must be in the same relative 
position, if one is on the end, both must be on the end. If you are in doubt as to the legality of 
your gym markings, the Association has a diagram available upon request. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contest 
for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one 
game. 

It also should be noted that officials who disqualify participants, and then do not report that 
disqualification to the Association office in a timely manner may face suspension from 
officiating!! 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a 
representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be sure you receive 
a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact this office in writing to request 
reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the suspension. You will 
be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are reminded to 
use an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in 
game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance policy insofar as 
practice is concerned unless you are otherwise notified. 

CAMPBELL COUNTY SEEKS FOOTBALL COACH 

The Campbell County Board of Education is accepting applications for the head football 
coaching position at Campbell County High School. Interested parties may obtain further 
information by calling the board of education at (606)635-21 73. Deadline for applications is 
February 2, 1990. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please submit 
/our open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. 
Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a 
contact name and daytime phone number. The following dates have been submitted -- 
Bardstown High School is seeking a football game on August 24 or October 19, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact Coach Garnis Martin at (502)348-1673. 
Boone County High School is seeking a football game on September 14 or September 28, 

1990. Schools interested should contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school. 
Cairo (IL) High School, Is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 1, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact Bob Conroy, A.D., (618)734-2187. 
Central Hardin in Elizabethtown is seeking a football game on September 28 and October 19 

in 1990. Schools interested should contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
Corbin is seeking a football game on August 31 , September 7, or October 5 in 1990. Schools 

interested should contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. 
Elkhorn City is seeking a football game on October 5 or November 2 in 1990. Schools 

interested should contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. 
Fairdale in Louisville is seeking a football game on August 31 in 1990. Schools interested 

should contact Coach Mike Fletcher, (502)473-8248. 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf is seeking a football game on September 21 , 1990. Small schools 

only, need call School, (606)236-5132, or (606)236-9473. Contact A.D. Paul Smiley at 

either of these phone numbers. 
Madison Central is seeking a football game on August 18, August 24 and August 31. Would 

prefer a home game. Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. 
Madisonville is seeking a football game on November 2, 1990. Schools interested should 

contact A.D. J.E. Barlow, (502)825-6017. 
WIL Healthy High School in Cincinnati is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 

1; or September 7 or September 8. Mt. Healthy has approximately 525 boys in the top 

three grades. Schools interested should contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. 
DIdham County High School is seeking a football game on October 26, 1990. Schools 

interested should contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222-9775. 
PInevllle High School is seeking a football game on August 31 or September 28, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. 
Portsmouth West High School in Portsmouth, Ohio is seeking a football game on October 

5, 1990. Schools interested should contact Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858- 

6669. 
Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, Ohio is seeking a football game on October 19, 

1990. Schools interested should contact Jim Branham, Athletic Director at (614)354-2500. 
Raceland High School is seeking a football game on August 24, 1990. Schools interested 

should contact Coach Bill Ross at (606)836-8221 . 
Rock Hill High School in Ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students) is seeking a football 

game on October 19 or 20, 1990. Schools interested should contact Chris Lester, Athletic 

Director at (614)533-3417. 
Stebbins High School in Dayton is seeking a football game on September 14 or 15, 1990. 

Schools interested should contact the Athletic Director at (513)237-4260. 
Stubenville High School in Stubenville, Ohio is seeking a football game on September 7 or 

8, 1990. Schools interested should contact the Athletic Director, Reno Saccoccia, at 

(614)283-1171. 
rates Creek High School in Lexington is seeking a one year contract for a football game on 

August 17 or August 24, 1990. Schools interested should contact Coach Joe Ruddell at 

(606)272-1513. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS (continued) 

Wheelersburg High School in Wheelersburg, Ohio is seeking a football game on August 31 
or September 1, 1990, September 28 or September 29. Schools interested should contact 
Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

Withrow High School in Cincinnati, Ohio is seeking a football game on September 7 or 8, 
1990. Schools interested should contact Dale Mueller, Football Coach at (513)533-5733. 



A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 



TEST DATE 


REG. DEADLINE 


LATEDE/ 


02/10/90 


01/12/90 


01/29/90 


04/ 7/90 


03/ 9/90 


03/26/90 


06/ 9/90 


05/11/90 


05/25/90 


10/27/90 


09/28/90 


10/15/90 


12/8/90 


11/9/90 


11/26/90 


02/ 9/91 


01/11/91 


01/28/91 


04/13/91 


03/15/91 


04/1/91 


06/ 8/91 


05/10/91 


05/24/91 



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 1989-90 SPORTS 

The following are the starting dates for the K.H.S.A.A. sponsored events, along with the first 
day of practice, number of contests and the tentative date for the state finals. 



Sport 


First 


First 


Num. 


State 




Practice 


Contest 
Allowed 


Games 


Finals 


Volleyball 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


20 


Oct. 27/28 


Soccer 


July 15 


Aug. 22 


6-20 


Nov. 8/11 


Cross Country 


July 15 


Sept. 1 


4-15 


Nov. 4 


Football 


July 19 


Aug. 18 


11 


Dec. 1/2 


Wrestling 


Oct. 15 


Dec. 1 


4-23 


Feb. 17 


Swimming 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


15 


Mar. 2/3 


Basketball 










non football 


Oct. 1 


Nov. 15 


24 


Mar. 14/17 (Girls) 


football 


Oct. 15 


Nov. 27 


24 


Mar. 21/24 (Boys) 


Track 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 26 


4-15 


May 26 


Softball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


May 24/26 


Golf 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


20 


May 30/31 


Tennis 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


4-20 


May 31 /June 1/2 


Baseball 


Feb. 15 


Mar. 26 


35 


June 7/8 



These dates are as printed on the 1989-90 Memorandum Calendar. It is important to 
remember that these dates, particularly for the state finals, are tentative as site availability may 
force a change in location and/or date. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



PAGE SEVEN 



Q 



1989-90 Certified 

and Approved 
Basketball Officials 



Approved Basketball Officials Continued . 



A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered officials have 
qualified for ftie advance ratings of Certified and Approved as 
a result of ttie National Federation Part II Examination. Only 
officials receiving tfiese higfier ratings are eligible to work in 
ttie district and regional tournaments. Only Certified officials 
are eligible to work in the state tournament. 

Rating Changes, Baskteball Part II Test 

CERTIFIED 



Abell. Joseph Frank 
Belcher, Gerald T. 
Brock, Lawrence W. 
Brown, III, Hiram T. 
Buckles, Adrian Dale 
Carpenter, Alfred K. 
Chamberlain, John 
Childress, Jeffrey L. 
Clark, Kenneth R. 
Clary, Keith 
Conklin, Gary K. 
Cooper, Frederick 
Donaldson, Mychal 
Durbin, Gary 
Eary, Jr., Edward B. 
Elliott, Larry 
Fletcher, John C. 
Foley, Jerry 
George, Edwin 
Graves, Roger Gayle 
Gray, Glenn M. 
Hash, Jeff 
Hicks, Kenneth E. 
Hilliard, W. Gerard 
Hippensteel, Curt 
Kelley, Michael A. 
Kinman, Kenny 
Mann, Joan E. 
Matthews, Alan 
May, Larry G. 
Meffert, Karen 
Mizell, Jim 
Morse, Russell E. 



APPROVED 

Allen, Rob 
Basham, James C. 
Basham, Larry 
Bass, Tim 

Beckett, Jr., John P. 
Black, William R. 
Blankenship, James W. 
Bohanon, Alan K. 
Bowen, Greg 
Bradish, Bill 
Brock, Chris 
Brockman, Mark Joseph 
Brown, Tonie 
Buerger, Anthony 
Burks, Mary A. 
Caldwell, Clifton 
Camic, Larry S. 
Campbell, Paul W. 
Carter, Percy David 



Moss, Mike 
Myers, Donald R. 
Nail, Kenneth P. 
Newman, David 
Newsome, Jeffery K. 
Newsome, Larry L. 
Patterson, Bill 
Peckenpaugh, Terry 
Pickrell. Jerry W. 
Powell, Cynthia F. 
Purvis, Fred 
Richardson, Aubrey 
Riley, Michael S. 
Rose. Larry 
Salamone. Gary E. 
Saragas, Takis 
Scheibly, Dave 
Schneider, Jeff 
Simpson, Edward N. 
Smith, John A. 
Smith, Johnny T. 
Stewart, William F. 
Strain, Andrew J. 
Stratton, Jon 
Thacker Larry R. 
Thomas, Eddie 
Voiers, Martin L 
Voyles, James L. 
Walker, Keith L 
Watson, Lloyd L 
Weinel, Timothy Wayne 
Windhorst, Stan W. 



Clary, Kevin 
Claunch, Tony G. 
Clay, Roger 
Cole, Jeff 
Collier, M. Doug 
Coulter, Doug 
Davis, Dana B. 
Dudleson, Ernest 
Dyke, Ronald E. 
Eastham, Gary W. 
Elliott, Ed 
Ezell, David 
Foster, Jerry 
Foster, Robert Dale 
Gabriel, Charles R. 
Gaddie, Michael Ray 
Gibbs, Todd 
Gluck, III, Joseph R. 
Hamm, Roland 



Hamsley, Patrick E. 
Johnson, Scott 
Jones, Steve 
Kamer, Paul F. 
Knauer, Glen 
Lamb, Lynn 
Lindsey, Phillip J. 
Long, Rick W. 
Mallery, John F. 
Martin, Michael Powell 
Martin, Owen 
Mason, Rodney W. 
McClain, James 
McFarland, Danny J. 
McGuffey, Edward J. 
Melton, Michael 
Mungillo. Jr., Vincent P. 
Napier, Tina 
Noble, Trena Lyn 
O'Brien, Terry Marie 
dinger, Paul 
dinger, Payne 
Pace, William 



Payne, Stephen D. 
Price, Melody A. 
Razor, Ed 
Reinle, John 
Roesel, Joseph A. 
Rowley, Bill 
Schmidt, James L. 
Sciubba, Arthur J. 
Spencer, Roy Lee 
Stewart, Larry Douglas 
Stewart, Leon 
Strothman, Jr., Donald R. 
Taylor, Chris A. 
Thomas, Brian Neal 
Thompson, Mark A. 
Torain. Charles M. 
Vicini, Frank 
Walker, Michael A. 
Walsh, Tommy 
Weaver, Eric 
Wilcox, Donald Dean 
Williams, Tony 



K.H.S.A.A. 
Films and Tapes Available 

continued from page 6. 

Pulaski County vs. Marshall County (1981 Girls 

Basketball Finals) 
Time-Out for Basketball (1983) 

FOOTBALL 

Class A State Football Championship Games 78, 79, '80, 

'81. '82, '83, and '84 
Class AA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, '80, 

'81, '82, '83, and '84 
Class AAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81, '82, '83, and '84 
Class AAAA State Football Championship Games '78, '79, 

'80, '81. '82, '83, and '84 
Football - The Right Way (1988) 
Football Now - Contact by the Rules (1985) 
Football at Its Best (A Safer Game) (1982) (1985) 
One Step Ahead: A Guide to Better Football Officiating (1 980) 
Precision Football (1976) 

VOLLEYBALL 

Notre Dame vs. Our Lady of Providence (1982 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Angela Merici (1983 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 
Notre Dame vs. Sacred Heart (1984 Girls State 

Volleyball Final Match) 



wm ■ 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



^^ 



FOR YOUR INFORMATION 
SWIMMING MEETS 






The events for the State Swimming Meets will be the same 
as those listed in the K.HS.A.A. Consitution and By-Laws, 
Swimming Regulations, on page 50. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 Freestyle for 
the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes. 30 seconds; Girls - 7 
minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be March 2 & 3. 1 990. The 
site will be at Lancaster Aquatic Center, University of 
Kentucky. Lexington, KY. Mr. Tim Cahill will manage the meet. 
The girls and boys meets will be runn together. 

The schools are divided in the following regions. 



LOUISVILLE REGION 

Manager: Marty OToole 

Site: Lakeside and Cresent Hill 

Girls: Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Butler. Central, Doss. 
duPont Manual, Eastern. Evangel, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, 
Ky. Country Day, Ky School f/t Blind, Louisville Collegiate. 
Male. Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, St. 
Francis, Sacred Heart, Shelby Co., Waggener. 

Boys: Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Central, DeSales, Eastern, 
Evangel. Ky. County Day. Ky. School f/t Blind. Louisville 
Collegiate, Male, Oldham Co., Pleasure Ridge Park, St. 
Francis, St Xavier. Shawnee. Shelby Co., Trinity, Waggener. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Dale Baggett 

Site: Hopkinsville 

Girls: Apollo. Bowling Green. Campbellsville. Daviess County, 
Elizabethtown. Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Greenville, 
Henderson County. Hickman Co.. Hopkinsville. Mad.-N. 
Hopkins. Marion Co.. Mayfield. Murray. North Hardin. Ohio 
Co.. Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic. Russellville, South 
Hopkins. Taylor Co.. University Heights. 



Boys: Apollo, Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Daviess Co., 
Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, f^ort Knox, Greenville, 
Henderson County. Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, Mad.-N. 
Hopkins, Marion Co., Mayfield, Murray. North Hardin, 
Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic. Russellville. South 
Hopkins. Taylor Co., University Heights. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY REGION 

Manager: Tim Cahill 

Site: Model/Eastern Kentucky University 

Girls: Bourbon County, Boyd Co.. Bryan Station. Danville. 
Fairview. Franklin County. George Rogers Clark, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, June Buchanan, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Laurel County, Lexington Catholic, 
Model, Oneida Baptist, Paris, Russell, Sayre, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Western Hills. Woodford County. 

Boys: Bourbon County. Boyd Co.. Bryan Station, Danville, 
Fairview, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
June Buchanan, Ky. School f/t Deaf, Knott County Central. 
Lafayette. Laurel County. Lexington Catholic. Model. Oneida 
Baptist. Paris. Russell. Sayre. Scott County. Tates Creek, 
Woodford County, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY REGION 
Manager: Dave Webb 
Site: Scott High School 

Girls: Beechwood. Bellevue. Boyd County. Campbell County, 
Conner. Dixie Heights. Highlands. Holmes. Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Central Catholic, Notre Dame. Paul Blazer, 
St. Henry, Scott. Simon Kenton. Villa Madonna. 

Boys: Beechwood. Bellevue. Boyd County, Campbell County, 
Conner. Covington Catholic. Covington Latin. Dixie Heights. 
Highlands. Holmes. Lloyd Memorial. Newport. Newport 
Central Catholic. Paul Blazer. Scott. Simon Kenton. 



ATTENTION! 

FOURTH ANNUAL WOMEN'S SPORTS DAY SET FOR FEBRUARY 8 



NEW YORK — National Girls and Women m Sports Day will 
be celebrated for the fourth year in a row on February 8. 1 990, 
It was announced by Carol Mann, president of the Women's 
Sports Foundation. The theme of this year's celebration is 
"Women and Sports; A Winning Combination." 

Events nationwide are being planned by the Women's 
Sports Foundation, the National Association for Girls and 
Women in Sports, the Girls Club of America and the Young 
Women's Christian Association. These five organizations 
have sponsored the Day since the first one in 1987. 

Among the plans for the day are a luncheon in Washington, 
DC, with Senators, Representatives and top women athletes. 



Many schools and colleges across the country will observe 
the day. 

"Every year, the number of local celebrations of the Day 
grows," noted Mann. "Schools honor their best women 
athletes, hold reunions of former athletes and plan many 
other activities. Poster contests and essay contests abound, 
and recreation facilities use the week to plan special activities 
of interest to women." 

Congress will be asked again to proclaim February 8 
National Girls and Women in Sports Day, as it has in previous 
years. 



CORRECTION 
Delegate Assembly Members 



Delegate 
43. Ken Cox Tates Creek 



Alternate 
Rick Phillips Tates Creek 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1 990 PAGE NINE 



DELIAS 



FOOTBALL RULE REVISIONS 
ANNOUNCED FOR 1989-90 SEASON 

POINTS OF EMPHASIS 




1. Safety 

2. Sportsmanship 

3. Starting eacli half promptly 

RULES REVISIONS FOR THE 1990 SEASON 

1-2-3C Dimensions of inbounds lines are 24 inches long and 4 inches wide. 

1-3-1C A ball with continuous 3/8 inch white or florescent yellow stripes parallel with and on each 

side of the seams may be used. 

1-3-9 Officials may not use television or replay equipment to make any game decision. 

1-5-1 The jersey numerals may have two 1 /4 Inch borders, one of which may be the jersey color. 

1-5-3b, e Additional hand, wrist, forearm or elbow guards and brace materials added to list of those 

illegal if hard in final form and support wrap legalized if nonhardening, nonabrasive and used 
to protect an injury. 

1-5-30 A single color plain towel is only uniform adornment permitted. 

2-5 Authorized conference also permitted following the down which precedes a free kick, and the 

entire team may go to within 5 yards of the sideline. 

6-5 Pen. The distance penalty for fair catch interference may only be enforced from the previous spot. 

8-3-5; If B fouls during a successful try, the penalty may be enforced from the succeeding spot. 

10-5-2 

9-3-3 The placekick holder on a free kick is given the same protection as the kicker. 

9-7-3 K may bat a grounded scrimmage kick toward K's goal line. 

9-8-1 g Player(s) may go near the sideline between downs to communicate with coaches. 

Note 

EDITORIAL CHANGES 

2-1-2, 3, 4 Defined dead ball, dead ball spot, and forward progress. 

2-3-1 Clarified catch when opponent's contact causes airborne player to land out-of-bounds. 

2-6-2 Defined loss of down. 

2-8-1, 2 Defined end zones and field of play. 

2-14-1 Defined huddle. 

2-19-2, 2 Defined goal line and line-to-gain. 

2-23 Defined ready-for-play. 

8-3-2C Clarified the try ends when the try is successful. 

10-1-5 The penalty for a player foul isautomaticallydeclined when it occurs during the down in which 

a touchdown or 2-point try is scored. 

Other sections affected: 1-3-2; 1-5-3J; 2-20-1; 4-2-2e,3; 5-2-5e; 6-5-5; 7-3-3,4; 8-3-1; 8-5-3c,d; 10-4-1 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 




1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION WRESTLING 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #13: In the third period of a malch Wrestler A is leading by a score of 
10-6 when Wrestler B reverses Wrestler A As the reversal starts Wrestler A locks 
hands and this is signalled by the reteree When the reversal is ccompleted the 
referee awards two points for the reversal and one point for locked hands making 
the score 10-9 Shortly thereafter the match concludes with the score Wrestler 
A-10 and Wrestler B-9. The referee raises the hand of wrestler A and both 
contestants leave the mat area. After the referee has signed the scorebook he 
notices that the locked hands penalty is the third infraction and should have been 
two points, which would have tied the score at 10-10 

RULING; This is a correctable error as outlined in Rule 6-6-3 However, in order to 
correct this error it must be corrected prior to the offended contestant having left 
lent competition and pnor to the start of the next match m 
he score of Wrestler A-10, Wrestler B-9 would be the final 
t match (6-6-3) 

Itch occurs as the two wrestlers go out-of-bounds. Is it 
le-pomt escape if there is loss of control by the offensive 
3al because the maneuver was completed out*of-bounds. 
5Sible when the loss of control occurred in -bounds and the 
t-of-bounds (5-1-2, 5-2-2) 
^ takes Wrestler B to the mat from the neutral position 



the mat area in tourr 

dual meets Therefoi 

result of the tournarr 

SITUATION #14: A 

permissible lo give a one' 

wrestler but not a reversal 

RULING:Yesilispermissi 

reversal was completed c 

SITUATION #15: Wrestlei 

directly to a near fall situation As the referee moves into position he notices that B 

has a nose-bleed The referee stops the match and awards a two-pomt takedown 

and alwo-pomtnearfall to Wrestler A. Is it correct for the referee to stop the malch 

althis poinf 

RULING: When the referee stops the match because of a nosebleed with Wrestler 

A having B in a pinning situation it is strictly a lodgement call on the part of the 

referee The match is not stopped becauseof injury therefore there would not be a 

three-point near fall earned and Wrestler A would simply be credited with the 

takedown and a two-pomt near fall if it is held for two seconds. The referee does 

have the authority to stop a match when he feels it is necessary concerning the 

safely of contestants (5-2-4g, 3-1-2, 8-2-6) 

SITUATION #16; Wrestler A is guilty of flagrant misconductby elbowing Wrestler 

B The referee makes the call and disqualifies Wrestter A and awards B six learn 

points because of flagrant misconduct The scorer does not record a two-point 

team deduction against Wrestler A Is this a correctable error? 

RULING; This would be a correctable erroi because it does not involve match 

score II could be corrected at any time (6-6-4) 

SITUATION #17: In the first round of a tournament both individuals are disqualified 

for stalling How would you determine which wrestler would continue on the front 

Side of the bracket and which individual would continue on the back side of the 

brackef? 

RULING: In this situation both individuals are disqualified and there is no winner 

and there is no loser, therefore no one would advance in Ihe championship 

bracket and no one would advance in the loser's bracket. These two individuals 

would Simply not be able to compete again in this tournament (10-2-6) 

SITUATION #18: From the optional start the offensive wrestler, on the whistle. 

backs away lo the outer edge of the ten -foot circle and the defensive wrestler just 

sits there Would there be stalling by either contestant 

RULING: In a situation like this both wrestlers have the responsibility of initiating 

action. The rules require that both wrestlers wrestle aggressively and that action is 

to be maintained throughout the match In this situation the defensive wrestler 

must turn and face his opponent and the offensive wrestler must move around in 

order to face his opponent Either one or both individuals could be called for 

stalling if they were to remain m the situation described (7-6) 

SITUATION #19; The referee in a pinning situation pulls the hand of Wrestler A 

away from the face of Wrestler B. Shortly thereafter Wrestler A reverses Wrestlers 

inio a near tall situation and the referee continues the match until the end of the 

second period. The coach of Wrestler Basksfor a conference with the official and 

the coach states that the match should have been stopped immediately after the 

reversal The referee says the match should continue with no change in the score 

The third period is completed and, at the end of the match, the referee asks the 

head official if this was the correct call and the head official says no. There should 

not have been a reversal or near (all awarded to Wrestler A and you should have 

wrestler the bad time What is the correct procedure and points that should be 

scored in this situation'' 

RULING: An error was made by the official m not declaring bad time at the end of 

the second period The match should have been stopped as soon as Wrestler A 

reversed Wrestler B into a near fall situation However, this error requiring bad time 

to be rewrestled should have been corrected prior to Ihe start of any subsequeni 

period Once the third period starts there can be no correction in this error (6-6-1) 



SITUATION #20: At the end of the second period the coach of Wrestler B 
questions the points that are currently on the scoreboard The scoreboard reads. 
Wrestler A-6 and Wrestler 8-5, The coach of Wrestler B says that a two-point 
reversal was never recorded and the score should be 7-6 Following 
approximately a fifteen minute discussion the referee starts the third period 
Wrestler A has the choice and selects the up position Wrestler A is able to ride 
Wrestlei B for Ihe third period and the final score is Wrestler A-6, Wrestler B-5. At 
this time the coach of Wrestler B again goes to the scorer's table and questions the 
score As he is going to the table Wrestler B leaves the mat area and is later 
recalled by his coach Again, following a lengthy discussion, the referee changes 
the score and agrees that there was an error and the score should be 7 for Wrestler 
B and 6 for Wrestler A. Was this situation handled correctly in this tournamenf? 
RULING: This is not a correct ruling by the referee It is a correctable error but in 
tournament competition it must be corrected prior to the offended contestant 
leaving the mat area. When Wrestler B leaves Ihe mat area this is no longer a 
correctable error and the score should have remained Wrestler A-6 and Wrestler 
B-5 (6-6-3) 

SITUATION #21: Wrestler A IS leading by a score of 10-6 with |ust a few seconds 
remaining in the match. Wrestler B reverses A and, m the process, Wrestler A locks 
hands At the conclusion of the reversal the referee awards two points for the 
reversal and one point for locked hands. The buzzer sounds and the match ends 
with the score of 10-9 The referee raises the hand of wrestler A and the contstants 
leave the mat area During the awarding of trophies for the subsequent weight 
class It was discovered at the table that the locked hands penalty was the third 
technical violation and should have been two points instead of one. Because of 
this the wrestlers were called back to wrestle an overtime period. During the 
overtime Wrestler A was given another technical violation that resulted in 
disqualification 

RULING: The situation descnbed is a total mockery of the wrestling rules. This 
situation that occurred cannot in any way, shape or form be supported by rule 
Once a match have concluded and the contestants have left the mat area there 
can be no additional wrestling and this lype of error cannot be corrected. The final 
results of the match should have been Wrestler A-10 and Wrestler B-9. (6-6-3) 
SITUATION #22; Wrestler A pushes Wrestler B out-of-bounds. Do we have a 
lechnical violation or do we have stalling'? 

RULING: Forcing an opponent out of the wrestling area as a means of avoiding 
wrestling is a technical violation and shall be penalized according to the Penalty 
Chart (7-3-2) 

SITUATION #23: School A is wrestling School Band neither school has wrestlers 
in the lollowing weight classes 112. 125, 135 and 145 l( you follow the weight 
order listed m the wrestling rules book these matches would all be for one school 
as they are all even numbered matches Can the weight order of competition be 
changed so as to eliminate this problem"? 

RULING; Rule 1-1-2 states that the order of competition may be varied by mutual 
agreement of the two coaches involved at the time of the weigh-in. Therefore the 
weight classifications could be arranged so that the last four matches were 1 12, 
125, 135 and 145. This would lake them clear out of the order and allow each 
school lo have alternate matches This would eliminate the problem of one school 
having an advantage over the other school (1-1-2) 

SITUATION #24; In the 1 35-pound match Wrestler A takes his opponent down m 
the first period and they immediately go out-of-bounds When they return to the 
center of the mat with Wrestler A in the advantage position the following occurs a) 
Wrestler A is guilty of a false start and incorrect starting position followed by an 
additional incorrect starting position, b) Wrestler A is guilty of an incorrect starting 
position followed by a false start, followed by an incorrect starting position; c) 
Wrestler A commits a false start, followed by another false start, followed by an 
incorrect starting position. What is the penalty sequence lor these three different 

RULING: In a) the penalty sequenc 

the sequence would be, correction, 

caution, one point, correction. (7-3-1) 

SITUATION #25; With the contestants in the neutral position Wrestler A initiates a 

takedown, but, when he gams control over his opponent, the only part of Wrestler 

A that remains inbounds is his feet Wrestler B is also completely out-of-bounds, Is 

this a legal takedown'^ 

RULING: In high school wrestling a takedown from the neutral position requires a 

wrestler to gam control over his opponent down on the mat while the supporting 

points of either wrestler are inbounds If the only points of either wrestler are 

Wrestler As feet this is not considered as supporting points and would not be ruled 

as a takedown. (5-2-1) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



PAGE ELEVEN 



o 



1989-90 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 
RULE INTERPRETATIONS PART II 




Officials Manual 

256c and 366c should state, "Thevisual signal indicating the nature of the foul is 
then given H player control foul, only use player control foul signal," 

SITUATION #19: Following pre-game warm-ups, Team A returns to the dressing 

room. The referee has each team notified 3 minutes before the game is scheduled 

to begin, Despitethisnotification.Team A delays the start of the game for 2 minutes 

by nol returning to the court. The referee determines there is no excusable reason 

for the delay 

RULING: Team A is charged with a technical foul for delaying the start of the game 

by a minute or more. (2-4-4; 10-l-3a) 

SITUATION #20: Airborne shooter AT requests a time-out to avoid a collision with 

Bl who IS in legal position 

RULING: The request cannot be honored Even though a player control foul may 

result, A1 IS no longer in player control as the ball has been released. (4-12-1, 

5-8-3a) 

SITUATION #21: A1 is dribbling the ball when Bl requests a time-out. The 

covering official instintively sounds the whistle and grants the time-out. While 

going to the table to report, the official realizes Team B should not have been 

granted the time-out, 

RULING: Once granted, the time-out is charged and may be used as any other 

time-out granted correctly. While it may seem appropriate to cancel the request 

and resume play immediately, there is no rule-based provision to do so, (2-10; 

5-8-3) 

SITUATION #22: A1 is at the line for a free throw attempt. After A1 begins the 

motion prior to release of the ball, 81 fouls A2. A1 continues the throwing motion 

and the try is (a) successful; or (b) unsuccessful, 

RULING: The continuous motion provision applies dunng a free throw. In (a) the 

free throw is counted and m (b) no substitute throw results. Bl's foul is penalized 

and play continues from that point. (6-7-7 Exp c) 

SITUATION #23: The coach of Team A informs the referee that one player will be 

wearing tights which extend below the shorts A statement from a medical doctor 

indicates the player has a medical problem which prevents competing without the 

tights. When the starting players remove their warm-ups, the referee observes the 

color of the tights is not similar to the color of the player's shorts. 

RULING: The player will not be allowed to participate unless the tights are 

removed or adjusted so they do not extend below the shorts. (3-5-5) 

SITUATION #24: The ball is rolling loose on the floor when A1 dives and securs 

possession of it while completely stretched out with his or her stomach on the 

floor. A1 then, (a) moves up to one knee; or (b) moves up to both knees. Has A1 

traveled'' 

RULING: Al has traveled in (a) and (b). (4-38 Oues. 2) 

SITUATION #25: Al releases the ball on a throw-m. Bl slaps the ball back toward 

Al who jumps from out-of-bounds and catches the ball. Al , while still airborne: (a) 

requests a time-out; or (b) passes the bail to A2. 

RULING: Al caused the ball to be out-of-bounds in both (a) and (b) the instant it 

was touched. In (a) the time-out cannot be granted as a violation occurred before 

player control was gained. In (b) the violation causes the ball to become dead and 

no throw-m can be made. (7-2) 

SITUATION #26: Al ends the dribble and attempts to score from 3-point range 

The try is short and Al follows to rebound and catches the ball before it hits the 

floor Al dribbles back to the 3-point area and throws the ball through As basket, 

RULING: Legal prcedure. When Al released the ball on the first try, team control 

ended and Al could recover the ball and dribble and shoot again. (4-12-3a) 

SlUTATION #27: Al secures possession of the ball with one knee in contact with 

the floor. May Al assume a standing position without violating'' 

RULING: It depends on what Al does. If Al starts a dribble and then rises, no 

violation has occurred. Also, Al could pass or try for goal before getting up. 

However, if Al attempts to stand up while holding the ball, a traveling violation is 

charged. (4-38) 

SITUATION #28: Bl has established a legal guarding position on dnbbler Al and 

moves to maintain the position, Bl moves laterally and contact with A1 occurs on 

Bl s chest while both Bl s feet are just off the floor. Bl 's torso is basically upright 

Bl did not dive to stay in position but was moving laterally very quickly to stay 

between Al and the basket. 

RULING: Player control foul on Al . Even though Bl had both feet off the floor on 

contact, he or she maintained a legal position and A1 is responsible for the 

resulting contact. (4-22) 

SITUATION #29: During the jump ball to starl the game, after the ball is tossed: (a) 

Bl fouls Al. or (b) Al voilates; or (c) Al intentionally fouls Bl. What about the 

alternating possession arrow'' 

RULING: In (a) smce the bonus is not in effect, Team A will have a throw-m and the 

arrow will be pointed towards B's basket when the ball is placed at the Team A 

thrower's disposal. In (b) the arrow will be set towards A's basket when the ball is 

at the disposal of a Team B player tor the throw-m. In (c) following the free throws. 

the arrow will be set towards A's basket when the ball is at Bl's disposal for the 

throw-m. (4-3) 



SITUATION #30: Al leaps high for a try for goal and is fouled by Bl just before the 

ball IS released. The foul causes the ball to pop out of Al 's hand However, while 

still in the air, Al regains control and throws the ball through the basket. 

RULING: The basket does not count The continuous motion provision allows the 

ball to remain alive following the foul by Bl , but the ball becomes dead when the 

ball popped free as the try wasobviously unsuccessful at that point. A 1 is awarded 

2 free throws for being fouled in the act of shooting during an unsuccessful try. 

(4-35-4; 6-7 Exp. c) 

SITUATION #31: The lead official bounces the ball to the free thrower on the 

second attempt. When does the ball become alive"? 

RULING: In this specific situation, the ball becomes alive when it is caught by the 

free thrower. Free throw restrictions begin at that time (4-4-7) 

SITUATION #32: Team A trails 60-59 with just a few seconds remaining in the 4th 

quarter of play. A 1 is fouled in the act of shooting by Bl but time expires before the 

ball is in flight. A 1 is awarded 2 free throws. The coach of Team Bis charged with a 

technical foul before A 1's attempts Al makes (a) neither throw; or (b) one throw, or 

(c) both throws. When does Team A shoot the free throws resulting from the 

technical foul'' 

RULING: In (a), (b) and (c) the 2 free throws for the technical foul are attempted as 

part of the 4th quarter. In (a) the 2 free throws for the technical foul will determine if 

an extra period is necessary In (b) the one successful free throw ties the game and 

if either tree throw for the technical is successful, no extra period is required. In (c) 

the two free throws insure there will be no extra period. The penalty for the 

technical foul is administered immediately after Al 's attempts and the results will 

reflect the final socre. A quarter or extra period does not end until all free throws 

and related activity has been completed. (5-6; 6-7-7) 

SITUATION #33; Injured Al has been carried from the court to the locker room. 

Alter 15 seconds of the replacement time has expired. Team A requests a time-out. 

RULING: The time-out cannot be granted until after a substitute has replaced Al. 

The Team A coach has 15 seconds remaining to do this before a technical foul is 

charged (5-8-3c; 10-5-8) 

SITUATION #34; Al scores with 8 seconds to play in the 4th quarter but Team A 

still trails 69-68. The ball comes through the basket and is bouncing near the end 

line but no B player picks it up tor a throw-m The clock is at 4 seconds when Bl 

picks up the ball and holds it while time expires Was this situation administered 

properly? 

RULING: No. The throw-m count should have started as soon as the ball was 

available for the throw-m even if it was not picked up. If the ball is not available 

because it has bounced or rolled away, the clock shall be stopped and the ball 

retrieved by the official and then placed at the disposal of the thrower. This 

procedure should be used throughout the game, not just the last few seconds, 

(4-4-7:4-36-2) 

SITUATION #35: A 1 ends the dribble in A's frontcourl. Bl slaps the ball out of Al s 

hands The ball bounces off Al s foot and rolls into the backcourt. Al returns to the 

backcourt and picks up the ball, 

RULING: Violation by Al . While Bl may have directly caused the ball to go into A's 

backcourt, Al caused the violation by being the last to touch the ball in A's 

frontcourl and the first to touch after it went to backcourt. (9-9) 

SITUATION #36: Team A has control of the ball for 8 seconds in A's backcourt 

when Al throws the ball across the division line and into A's frontcourt: (a) the ball 

strikes the floor in A's frontcourt and bounces there without touching or beign 

touched by a player; or (b) Bl jumps from A's frontcourt and deflects the ball back 

into A's backcourt. 

RULING: In (a) the 10-second count is terminated when the ball touches the floor 

in A's frontcourt. In (b) the count ended when Bl touched the ball. If A recovers the 

loose ball is A's backcourt, another 10-second count will begin. (4-4-1,2; 9-8) 

SITUATION #37: Team A has used its 4 timeouts during regulation play. The 4th 

quarter ends with the score tied. Team A requests a time-out to extend the break 

before the start of the overtime, 

RULING: This time-out is still part of the regulation play and since it is an excess 

time-out a technical foul is charged. The overtime does not begin for time-out 

purposes until the bail becomes alive, or a foul or violation is called. The free 

throws are the start of the overtime, (5-11-1,2; 10-1-7) 

SITUATION #38: Team A scores a goal and immediately calls a time-out with just 5 

seconds remaining in the 4th quarterand trailing by 1 point. Following the time-out 

Al inbounds the ball and A2 is fouled in the act of shooting by Bl but the try is 

successful. The clock shows 2 seconds remaining. Following the goal, the referee 

recognizes something is wrong and a conference takes place at the table, 

RULING: The goal and foul by 81 will be canceled. In addition, a technical foul will 

be charged to Team A. The referee will have the timer set the clock with 5 seconds 

remaining to be played. (10-1-8) 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1990 



continued from page 3. 

VC0004-A-E Hidden Dangers 

A lifeguard compares the hidden dangers of swimming In the ocean to the dangers Involved in drinking 
alcohol. The 1 4 minute film will help students Identify: Influence of peers, adult role models and TV advertising 
on drinking behavior; ways of achieving personal satisfaction without drinking; actions that show respect for a 
person's decision not to drink; and effects of drinking on safe walking and driving. 

VC0005-A-E Anything to be a Big Boy'' 1 /2" VHS 

A four minute film of a group of youngsters practicing various break dancing moves as they plan for a dance 
contest. They are drinking as they practice. A younger boy, Carlos, comes to join the group and wants to be a 
part of the dance team. He carries a brown bag just like the bigger boys and appears to be drinking, too. While 
Carlos is impressing his friends with his skill, one youngster picks up Carlos' bag and tastes his drink and 
discovers Carlos' ruse. 

VC0006-A-E Alcohol: The Unlabeled Drug 1 /2" VHS 

A 14 minute film in which two youngsters try to develop a label for an alcoholic beverage. To do this, they 
develop information on alcohol and Its effects on the body and mind, using very interesting resource materials 
in preparing the copy for their label on the alcoholic beverage. 

VC0007-A-E IVITV: It's Your Right to Say "No" 1/2" VHS 

This specially prepared MTV (Music TV) presentation in a four minute trigger film format helps children feel it's 
OK to say NO to alcohol. It involves resisting peer pressure and urges kids not to ride with drivers who have 
been drinking. 

VC0008-A-E Should He Tell'? 1/2" VHS 

A 5-minute trigger film in which Jeff's dad has come to take him on a weekend fishing and camping trip. His 
mother cautions the father about behaving (not drinking). Jeff loves being with his father, but the weekend is 
ruined by the father's abusive drinking. Jeff returns home and his mother tries to find out if the father 
"behaved." Jeff talks about fishing and tries to avoid his mother's questions. 

VC0009-A-E It is Time to Stop Pretending 1 /2" VHS 

A 5-minute trigger film in which Nancy stops in the health office of her school to talk about her "friend" who is 
having a family problem involving alcohol abuse. The counselor suggests to Nancy ways to approach the 
problem and gives Nancy a pamphlet about ALATEEN. Nancy's not sure that her "friend" would want to talk to 
anyone about the problem. 

VC0010 Face To Face (On The Level) Includes Guide Book 1 /2" VHS 

A video series for fourteen-to-seventeen-year-olds on emotional and social growth and the interaction of 
emotional and physical health. 

VC0011-A-D Carolyn Cade Interview 1/2" VHS 

Interview with Student Panel, Interview with Football Co-Capt. Carolyn Cade. 

VC0012-A-E Lots of Kids Like Us (Includes study books) 1/2" VHS 

This story, told poignantly by children, emphasizes that lots of children have the same troubling experiences 
with alcohol problems in the family, and that lots of people out there can help. The film is direct, supportive, and 
provides a strong affirmation of children's ability to cope with difficult problems. Color, 28 minutes. 
Hazleton-Cork 



VC0014-A-E 



Soft Is the Heart of a Child (Includes study books) 1 /2" VHS 

Soft is the Heart of a Child, a dramatic film, deals with the sensitive subject of how children are affected by 
alcoholism in the family. It illustrates a classic alcoholic family situation - a father who drinks too much, a 
mother plagued by frustration, guilt and denial and three children who also suffer. Help arrives in the person of 
an understanding and perceptive school counselor. Color, 30 minutes, Hazelton - Cork 

Sons and Daughters/ Drugs and Booze (Includes study books) 1 /2" VHS 

Using scenes from everyday family life, this film offers realistic advice to parents whose children have begun 
to use drugs, the parents' role in prevention is also explained and reinforced. Color, 28 minutes. 
Hazelton - Cork 



CHOOSE TO LEAD (Includes study books) 1 /2" VHS 

VC001 5-A-C MODULE I - Choose Life and Leadership: Students are introduced to several types of leaders. Corresponding 
exercises allow them to identify their own leadership qualities. 

VC0016-A-C MODULE II - Get Others Involved: Students learn techniques that show them how to be effective leaders 
without discounting themselves from the group. They learn the distinction between high-threat and low-threat 
activities and how each can affect the attitude of others in various activities. 



VC0018-A-E The Rally 1/2" VHS 

The Rally is a 28-mlnute, 16mm film or video cassette designed to be used for athletic and non-athletic 
pre-season meetings. It is intended to provoke discussion within coaches, parents and student groups as well 
as between groups. 

VC0019-A-D No Matter How You Say It ... Say No 1/2" VHS 

This 1 1 minute video cassette features Detroit Pistons' all star guard Isiah Thomas, who visits with a small 
group of students and tells them how he has dealt with the pressures to use alcohol and drugs. Not only does 
Thomas tell the youth to say "No" to alcohol and other drugs, he relates ways to say "No" and still be accepted 
by peers. 



^m^ Sporting Goods 



Sporting Goods 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



TOLL 
FREE 

1-800-442-0132 

PHONE: (606) 864-2207 



"TOURNAMENT TROPHIES " 

Great for All District or Regional Tournaments 

SPORTS AND ACADEMIC AWARD BANQUET TROPHIES 

SPECIAL TEAM 
DISCOUNTS ON 
ALL TROPHIES 

Available in various colors & 

sizes. Trophies Prices will 

include Figure 

(Prices do not include engraving.) 

(Call for more information 




503XW 20" -$8.95 
19" -$8.45 
18" -$7.95 



Titleist Golf Balls... 

Now Available with Imprinting! 




$29 



95 

DOZEN 



3 lines available; 
17 characters and 
spaces per line. 

Lettering is available in 
black, red or blue. 



Allow 4 Weeks 
for Delivery 



Imprinting Example: 

Name of School 
Player's Name 
Mascot Name 

Minimum Order is 3 Dozen 



Balls 

Available 

are: 



384DT 90 (White, Yellow or Orange) 
384DT 100 (White, Yellow or Orange) 
Pinnacle Gold 90 (White, Yellow or Orange) 
Pinnacle Gold 100 (White only) 




(Mend:^ 



231 W. Main 

Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 

1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O. Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org. 
US Postage 

PAID 
Rictimond, KY 
Permit No 108 



^ 



ATTENTION COACHES AND OFFICIALS 
The National Federation Invites you to attend Its v 

FOURTH ANNUAL ^ 

^,^ NATIONAL NFICA/NFIOA CONFERENCE ,^,, 





JULY 25-29, 1990 

ARKANSAS EXCELSIOR HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER IN LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 

SOME OF THE SPEAKERS INCLUDE: 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER LUNCHEON SPEAKER FCA BREAKFAST OFFICIALS SCHOOL COACHES SCHOOL 




BERNIE SAGGAU 
Iowa High School 
Athletic Association 




JILL MCCARTNEY 

University of 

Colorado 




In eight short years 140,000 coaches and officials have joined NFICA 
and NFIOA The NFICA/NFIOA Boards of Directors decided in 1987 thai 
It was time to serve member coaches and olficials with a NATIONAL CON- 
FERENCE- The first three are history and the fourth will be held at the 
EXCELSIOR HOTEL ON THE ARKANSAS RIVERFRONT, July 25-29, 1990 

In response to attendee suggestions at the first three conferences, more 
in-depth coaching and officiating schools featuring top national clinicians 
have been addeo 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS 

• Official NF interpreter meetings tor fall sports have been 
moved from Kansas City to Little Rock |ust preceding the Conference 

• Over 100 breakouts and speakers m nine 1 'A hour clinics plus general 
sessions 

• Actual "on the court" demonstrations and video critiques 

• Extensive video instruction techniques 

• Sectional and National Awards Banquet 

• Annual Business meetings of the NFICA & NFIOA 

• Exhibit area featuring ma|or suppliers 

• Fabulous door prizes 

• Spouse breakfast gifts, program and tours 

• FCA breakfast 

• Arkansas hospitality party and All Star Games 

• Much, much more is being planned ^^—^^-^^^^^-^^—^^^—^^^^^^^—^—^.^ 

WATCH THE NF NEWS FOR MONTHLY PROGRAM UPDATES OR CONTACT 

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS 

P.O. Box 20626, Kansas City, MO 64195 

816/464-5400 

For Registration Information 




The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky Higfi School Athletic Association 



VOL. LI, NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1990 



$10.00 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

January 19-20, 1990 



APPEALS HEARINGS 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive Inn in Louisville, Kentucky 
on Friday afternoon, January 19, 1990 for the purpose of 
hearing appeals. The meeting was called to order by 
President Sam Chandler at 1 :00 p.m. Present w/ere all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy 
Wise, Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries and Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett. Mr. Harry Loy, repre- 
senting the State Department of Education was also present. 
The invocation was given by Mr. Sam Chandler. 

President Chandler called on Ms. Beverly Basham who had 
requested a hearing before the Board on behalf of her 
daughter, Kerry, a student at duPont Manual High School. 
Following Ms. Basham's appeal and questions to her by the 
Board member?, C.K. Henry made a motion that the Board 
waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule and declare Kerry eligible to 
participate in interscholastic athletics. Liz Trabandt seconded 
the motion which passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Commissioner Tom 
Mills on behalfofJody Noble. Mr. Mills read a letter from John 
Paul Amis, Buckhorn High School, regarding Jody's medical 
history and a request for an extra year of eligibility. Following 
Mr. Mills presentation and discussion thereof. Bob Rogers 
made a motion, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the Board 
grant Jody Noble another year of eligibility. The motion 
passed unanimously. Therefore, Jody may participate in 
interscholastic athletics during the 1990-91 school year. 

Commissioner Mills next presentation was on behalf of 
Principal Thomas Swartz, Pikeville High School regarding his 
appeal of the site of the 1990 Girls 15th Region Basketball 
Tournament. Following a discussion of Pikeville's request. 
Bob Rogers made a motion to deny Pikeville's appeal and 
leave the tournament at Elkhorn City. Eddie Saylor seconded 
the motion which passed. 

Alvis Johnson made a motion, seconded by C.K. Henry that 
the Board direct the Commissioner to invite member schools 
in each basketball district and region throughout the state to 
adopt a rotation plan for tournament sites, to be submitted to 
the Commissioner for consideration. The Commissioner 
would be guided by these recommendations except in cases 
where it was obvious that a school or schools capable of 
hosting the tournament were arbitrarily omitted from the 
rotation plan. The motion passed unanimously. 

The next appeal of a regional tournament site was from 
Supt. Eddie Brown, McCreary County Schools. The 
Commissioner had set the site of the 12th Region Boys' 
Tournament at Lincoln County High School. Following a 
lengthy discussion of Supt. Brown's request. Bob Rogers 
made a motion that his appeal be denied. Sandy Allen 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

There being no further appeals. President Chandler called 
for selected items of business from the regular Agenda to be 
considered. 

President Chandler appointed the following committee to 
study a proposal to be sponsored by the Board of Control on 
the subject of academic requirements as they relate to 
participation in interscholastic athletics: Bob Rogers, Charlie 
Miller, Sandy Allen and Alvis Johnson. 



Asst. Commissioner DeVries presented recommendations 
to the Board from the Track and Field Committee. Following a 
discussion of these recommendations. President Chandler 
referred these items to the All-Sports Committee and 
requested they make a report at the March meeting. 

Exec. Asst. Wise then presented a request from Virgie High 
School to remain in Class A football for the 1990 season. The 
factthatVirgie is consolidating with Dorton to become Shelby 
Valley High School and the fact that some players will have 
had no football experience was the basis for the request. 
(Dorton has not fielded a football team in the past.) Marvin 
Moore made a motion, seconded by Charles Miller that 
Virgie's request be accepted. The motion passed. 

Following a discussion of a request from the University of 
Alabama for the K.H.S.A.A. to survey schools assessing the 
needs for Athletic Trainers at the secondary school level in 
interscholastic athletics, Marvin Moore made a motion that 
their request be approved and that the Board encourage 
state-wide support. Charles Miller seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

A discussion ensued with regard to moving Soccer from a 
Fall sport to Spring. A motion was made by Bob Rogers that 
the Commissioner's office survey the soccer schools for their 
input on this issue. C.K. Henry seconded the motion which 
passed by a vote of 10-2. 

Executive Asst. Wise recommended to the Board that the 
officials fortheDistrictand Regional Basketball Tournaments 
be assigned as follows: that all Associations work within the 
region, but outside of the district of residence for the District 
Tournament assignments: and for the Regional Tournament, 
officials will work outside of the region. Huston DeHaven 
made a motion that the recommendation be accepted. The 
Board emphasized that no exceptions should be made to this 
policy. 

Mr. Wise reported that $429,855. in ticket sales has been 
received through this date for the Boys State Basketball 
Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls State 
Basketball Tournament has netted $20,840. 

The meeting was adjourned until 9:00 a.m., Saturday, 
January 20. 

MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING January 20, 1990 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Executive East, Louisville, Kentucky, 
on Saturday morning, January 20, 1990. The meeting was 
called to order by President Sam Chandler at 9:00 a.m. 
Present were all Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout, S.I.D. Julian Tackett and 
Sectional Director Jerry Kimmel. Mr. Harry Loy, representing 
the State Department of Education was also present. The 
invocation was given by Mr. Chandler. 

C.K. Henry made a motion that the minutes of the December 
1-2, 1989, meeting be approved with one change. Eddie 
Saylor seconded the motion, which carried unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson made a motion, seconded by Liz Trabandt, 
that the bills of the Association for the period November 1 
through December 31 by approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the need to change 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule as it relates to domestic and foreign 
exchange students. Bob Rogers moved that the schools be 
sent a Referendum for their consideration. Sandy Allen 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



FEBRUARY, 1990 



VOL. LI, NO. 7 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3,1917, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller 
(1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1989-1992) Molus, LizTrabandt 
(1988-1991) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 



PresidentChandlerthen called on Charles Miller, Chairman 
of the Football Committee for his report. The committee 
presented a proposed realignment for 1991-1994 to be 
consi 1ered by the football schools. The Board also discussed 
submi.'.'ng tv;o Referendums to the schools regarding By- 
Lavi( 25, Section 4. The Referendums deal vi/ith improvement 
of the present playoff system to allov*/ the top four (4) teams in 
each disti.ct to advance to the play-offs and a later starting 
date for organized practice in pads. Bob Rogers moved that 
the Board accept the Football Committee's request to submit 
these Referendums to the schools. C.K. Henry seconded the 
motion vi/hich passed. 

The next item on the Agenda was a presentation by David 
Hollon, Asst. Supt. Muhlenberg County Board of Education, 
regarding their football program. Due to the fact that seven of 
the county schools are consolidating into \wo schools, Mr. 
Hollon, along with other representatives of Muhlenberg 
County Schools, addressed concerns regarding their present 
position in thedistrictalignment. President Chandler advised 
Mr. Hollon and others that their concerns would be given 
every consideration. 

Following a discussion on the need to assign new and 
consolidated schools to basketball districts, it was decided 
that this item of business be deferred to the March meeting of 
the Board. 

Commissioner Mills then discussed with Board members 
several proposals to be considered by the 1990 Delegate 
Assembly. Topics included in the proposals are: increasing 
the Board's number to 22 members; lifetime membership to 
the K.H.S.A.A.; amendment to the Limitation of Seasons; dates 
and sites of regional basketball tournaments. 

Following a discussion to increase the number of players 
that may dress for district, regional and state basketball 
tournament play, Alvis Johnson made a motion that the Board 
allow fifteen (15) players to dress for tournament play to be 
effective immediately. However, the Board will reimburse for 
twelve (12) players at the State Tournament. Eddie Saylor 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 



Upon the recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Alvis 
Johnson made a motion, seconded by Charles Henry, thatthe 
Commissioner be empowered to grant each team that 
participated in the State Football Playoff Finals $1,200.00 to 
help defray expenses. The motion carried unanimously. 

Exec. Asst. Wise reported to the Board thatthe Final Report 
for the Football Playoffs and the report on the Hall of Fame 
game will be presented at the March meeting. 

Commissioner Stout advised the Board of the recent 
Baseball Committee Meeting and the recommendation of the 
Baseball Umpires Association regarding a request for 
increase in game fees. Following a discussion of the 
suggested increase. Bob Rogers made a motion that the 
game fees be as follows: $27.50/game; $55.00/double 
header; .15/per mile -- all over 50 miles. David Points 
seconded the motion which passed by a vote of 10-1. 

Commissioner DeVries discussed two items with the Board: 
a letter from Lawrence County regarding Fall Tennis and a 
new fee structure for Volleyball. Both items were referred to 
the All-Sports Committee. 

Executive Asst. Wise advised that the next meeting of the 
Board has been set for March 16 at 8:30 a.m. in Bowling 
Green. Any appeals will be heard at the Regular Meeting. 

The Board requested Commissioner Mills to request bids 
for hosting the 1992 Boys and Girls State Basketball 
Tournaments for presentation at the April meeting. 

Alvis Johnson made a motion that the meeting be 
adjourned. Charles Henry seconded the motion which carried 
unanimously. 



e 



TRACK AND FIELD CLINICS 
1990 

The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion Track & Field Rules Clinics for coaches and officials are 
as follows: 

March 17, 1990 12:00 p.m. Eastern Kentucky University 

Richmond 

Note: This clinic is in conjunction with the KTTCA Clinic 
March 27, 1990 7.00 p.m. Daviess County HS, Owensboro 
March 28, 1990 7:00 p.m. St. Xavier HS, Louisville 

March 29, 1990 7:00 p.m. Tates Creek HS, Lexington 

April 10, 1990 7:00 p.m. Russell HS, Ashland 

April 11, 1990 7:00 p.m. Covington Catholic HS, Covington 



Msi§jp^ \/d(BMmW^^ 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



PAGE THREE 



^ 



1990 PROPOSED ALIGNMENT FOR SOFTBALL 



^^^ 




REGION 1 




District 1 


District 2 


District 3 


District 4 


Heath 


Ballard Memorial 


Hickman County 


Calloway County 


Lone Oak 


Graves County 


Carlisle County 


Marshall County 


Reidland 


St. Mary 
Mayfield 


Fulton County 
REGION 2 


Murray 


District 5 


District 6 


District 7 


District 8 


Christian County 


Caldwell County 


Dawson Springs 


Henderson County 


Ft. Campbell 


Livingston Central 


Madisonville-N-Hopkins 


Providence 


l-lopl<insville 


Lyon County 


South Hopkins 


Union County 




Trigg 


West Hopkins 
REGION 3 


Webster Co. 


District 9 


District 10 


District 11 


District 12 


Apollo 


Bremen 


Breckinridge County 


Fordsville 


Daviess County 


Central City 


Frederick Fraize 


Grayson County 


Owensboro 


Drakesboro 


Hancock County 


McLean County 


Owensboro Catholic 


Graham 


St. Romuald 


Ohio County 




Greenville 


Trinity (Whitesville) 






Hughes-Kirk 








Muhlenberg Central 


REGION 4 




District 13 


District 14 


District 15 


District 16 


Allen County 


Bowling Green 


Logan County 


Clinton County 


Barren County 


Warren Central 


Russellville 


Cumberland County 


Edmonson County 


Warren East 


Butler County 


Metcalfe County 


Glasgow 




Franklin-Simpson 
REGION 5 


Monroe County 


District 17 


District 18 


District 19 


District 20 


Adair County 


Bethlehem 


East Hardin 


Caverna 


Campbellsville 


Bardstown 


Elizabethtown 


Green County 


Taylor County 


Nelson County 


Ft. Knox 


Hart County 


Marion Co. 


Washington County 


Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 

REGION 6 


LaRue County 


District 21 


District 22 


District 23 


District 24 


Central 


Butler 


Beth Haven 


Evangel 


Portland Christian 


Holy Cross 


Doss 


Holy Rosary 


Shawnee 


Pleasure Ridge Park 


Fairdale 


Iroquois 


Presentation 


Western 


Valley 


Southern 


Southwest Christian 




REGION 7 




District 25 


District 26 


District 27 


District 28 


Collegiate 


Assumption 


Fern Creek 


Ballard 


duPont Manual 


Atherton 


Jeffersontown 


Eastern 


Male 


Christian Academy 


Moore 


Kentucky Country Day 


Mercy Academy 


Seneca 


Waiden 


Sacred Heart 


Ninth & 




REGION 8 


Waggener 


District 29 


District 30 


District 31 


District 32 


Bullitt Central 


Carroll County 


Oldham County 


Grant County 


North Bullitt 


Eminence 


South Oldham 


Owen County 


Bullitt East 


Gallatin County 


Trimble County 


Scott County 


Spencer County 


Henry County 




Williamstown 


Shelby County 









PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



REGION 9 



District 33 

Boone County 
Walton-Verona 
Conner 
SImon-Kenton 



District 36 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 

Pendleton County 

Ludlow 

Bellevue 



District 34 

Villa Madonna 
Lloyd Memorial 
Dixie Heights 
Scott 



District 37 

Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver-Grove 



District 35 

Beechwood 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Notre Dame 



REGION 10 



District 38 

Bracken County 
Deming 
Mason County 
Maysville 
Tollesboro 



District 39 

Harrison County 

Paris 

Clark County 

Montgomery County 

Bath County 



REGION 11 



District 40 

Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 
Western Anderson 
Garrard County 
Lincoln County 
Boyle County 
Anderson County 



District 44 

Pulaski County 
Laurel County 
Corbin 

Rockcastle County 
Somerset 



District 48 

Cordis 
Hazard 
M.C. Napier 
Leslie County 
Dilce Combs 



District 52 

Allen Central 
McDowell 
Sheldon Clark 
Wheelwright 



District 41 

Estill County 
Madison Central 
Madison Southern 
Model 
Berea 



District 45 

Lynn Camp 
Knox Central 
Williamsburg 
Whitley County 
Oneida 



District 49 

Knott County 
June Buchanan 
Letcher County 
Whitesburg 



District 53 

Boyd County 

Russell 

Greenup 



District 42 

Bryan Station 

Henry Clay 

Lafayette 

Tates Creek 

Sayre 

Lexington Catholic 



REGION 12 



District 46 

Monticello 
Russell County 
McCreary County 
Casey County 
Wayne County 



REGION 13 



District 50 

Breathitt County 
Buckhorn 
Jackson 

Riverside Christian 
Jackson County 



REGION 14 



District 54 

Lewis County 
Morgan County 
West Carter 
Elliott County 
Pikeville 
Virgie 
Dorton 



District 43 

Franklin County 
Jessamine County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 



District 47 

Bell County 

Cawood 

Evarts 

Red Bird 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 



District 51 

Menifee County 
Wolfe County 
Lee County 
Powell County 



District 55 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 
Feds Creek 
Phelps 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



PAGE FIVE 



o 



STATE GOLF 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

January 22, 1990 



The State Golf Committee for the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met on Monday, January 22, 1 990, at the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Office in 
Lexington. The meeting was called to order by Billy V. Wise, 
Executive Assistant, at 1 0:00 A.M. Attending the meeting were 
Cathy Gullett, Ernie Denham, Bill Frost, Dave Bair, Kim 
Gunning, Joseph Presley, Lou Brown, Marty Donlon, John 
Hackett, Danny Spillman and Larry Schmidt. Brigid DeVries, 
Assistant Commissioner also attended the meeting. 

All information for State and Regional Tournaments was 
reviewed and minor changes were made for the current 
season. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
announced that the Boys' State Tournament would be held at 
Lincoln Trail Country Club, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Date for 
the Regionals: May 21-23, 1990. Date for the State: May 
30-31 , 1 990. Earl Cox announced that there will be a cook- 
out at the Lincoln Trail Country Club on May 29 for all 
participants and coaches in both the boys' and girls' 
tournaments. 

Danny Spillman made a motion, seconded by John Hackett 
thatfiveschoolsfrom the Bowling Green Region be moved to 
the West Jefferson Region. These schools are: Elizabethtown, 
Fort Knox, East Hardin, North Hardin and West Hardin. The 
vote was unanimous. 

There was also some discussion that there were too many 
schools in the Frankfort Region. Dave Bair and Bill Frost are 
to work on dividing the Washington County Region and the 
Frankfort Region into three regions for the 1 990 fall season. 

Larry Schmidt suggested that the Kentucky Golfers 
Association provide a state wide clinic for all coaches. After 
much discussion it was suggested that they set up one clinic 
and see what response is received. Hopefully in the future 
there would be several clinics set up throughout the state so 
more coaches could participate. 

There was a lengthy discussion concerning the 1990 fall 
golf season. The Golf Committee made a proposal regarding 
season play and dates for the Regional and State Tourna- 
ments for 1 990. This proposal will be submitted to the Board 
of Control for discussion and approval, after which it will be 
presented to the Delegate Assembly in April fortheir approval. 
The motion made by John Hackett, seconded by Larry 
Schmidt is as follows: (1) organized golf practice cannot 
begin prior to July 15 (2) the season will begin August 20 and 
end the first week in October (3) Regional Play will be October 
8-10 (4) the State Golf Tournament will be October 16-17. The 
vote was unanimous. 

Cathy Gullett proposed that teams be allowed to designate 
five golfers and play four for both regional and state 
tournament play, effective in the fall of 1990. Marty Donlon 
made the motion, seconded by Cathy Gullett that this proposal 
be presented to the All-Sports Committee and then to the 
Board of Control for approval. Committee members were 
unanimous in their support for this proposal. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 




^ 



STATE SOFTBALL 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

February 10, 1990 



The 1990 State Softball Committee meeting was held in 
Lexington, Kentucky on February 10 at the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association office. Those members present 
were: Tim Moore, Chairman, Northern Kentucky, Jim Perrin, 
Western Kentucky, State Kaufman, Louisville, Ed Holbrook, 
Southern /Eastern, Jennifer Mertle, Northern Kentucky. We 
had two members that could not be present for the meeting. 
The committee discussed the District sites for the 1990 
season and felt that due to some changes in the alignment for 
this season, that an effort be made by each district to vote to 
have the tournament rotated each year providing the facilities 
would permit this to take place. 

Those districts that have not been assigned for this year will 
be contacted by the softball committee members as to the 
district sites for this season. The Regional sites that have 
been made will be as assigned unless the realignment will 
cause a change. The committee has recommended for the 
1 991 season that all regional sites be placed on rotating basis 
where possible. 

The committee approved the sites for the 1 990 district and 
regional sites where the realignment do not call forthe district 
or regional to be reassigned. Concerning the site for the 
1991 state softball tournament, Steve Kaufman, Louisville, 
made the motion that the state tournament be held in 
Owensboro, Kentucky. Jim Perrin, West Kentucky seconded 
the motion. The motion passed unanimously. The Committee 
recommended that the post season tournament games be 
played with the non-restricted ball (White Stitch). The motion 
was made by Jim Perrin and seconded by Ed Holbrook. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

The committee recommended that Tim Moore contact the 
Eight Region Athletic Directors/Coaches to determine the 
alignment in each of the four districts. The committee 
recommended that for travel reasons, Clark County be moved 
to District 40, Region 11 beginning with this season. However, 
after discussing the possible change with Clark County, and 
since their schedule has been completed for the 1990 
season, they have requested to remain in district 38 for this 
season and be placed in district 40 for the 1991 season. 

The committee recommended that Region 12 be realigned 
to satisfy the travel for the schools in the Eastern Kentucky 
area. 

The realignment will take place in the districts beginning 
with: 

DISTRICT 43 - Pulaski County, Laurel County, Corbin, 

Rockcastle, Somerset. 

DISTRICT 44 - Knox Central, Whitley County, 

Williamsburg, Oneida Baptist Institute, Lynn Camp. 

DISTRICT 45 - Monticello, Russell County, Wayne 

County, McCreary Central, Casey County. 

DISTRICT 46 - Cawood, Evarts, Middlesboro, Bell 

County, Red Bird, Pineville. 

The committee recommended that Region 1 2 be realigned 
as outlined and presented by Ed Holbrook. Motion was made 
by Tim Moore, second by Steve Kaufman. Motion passed 
unanimously. 

Ed Holbrook presented the changes and alignments for 
Region 13. 
Recommended changes: 

DISTRICT 47 - Cordia, Hazard, M.C. Napier, Leslie 

County, Dilce Combs. 

DISTRICT 48 - Knott County, Letcher County, 

Whitesburg, June Buchanan. 

DISTRICT 49 - Breathitt County, Buckhorn, Jackson 

City, Jackson County, Riverside. 

DISTRICT 50 - Menifee County, Wolfe County, Lee 

County, Powell County. 

(continued on page nine) 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



1989 Boys' State-At-Large 

Champion 

TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Kelli Greer, Heather Fox, Heather Hennel, Stacy Rattiff, Carina Lawson, Joy Lane. 
BACK ROW: (L to R) Tonya Hammet, Erika Wolff, Carrie Weinberg, Tammy McFali, Kary Cosenza, Kristen 
Greer. 



1989 Girls' State-At-Large 

Champion 
PIKEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Amy Layne, DeNiece Hall, Robin Justice, Cissy Roberts, Elizabeth Smith, Sabrina 
Thacker. BACK ROW: (L to R) Kathy Ratliff, Renee Pigg, Jennifer Deskins, Jonda Harris, Lori Mahan, 
Malisha Ratliff, Joy Bush. 



From The Commissioner's Office 



Kl@7l§®(ai@?i 



Te.i 



'1)632-7687 



APPUCATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE 1990 U.S. OLYMPrC FESTIVAL 

now available for the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival Regional Trials, and the 19W ubA National 
■n's basketball The applications may be copied and distributed, but please mal<e sure that 
I h,. ,,,. ir,,f t.r,„c on the applications should be self-explanatory, and are available by calling 



FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO HOLD OFF ON SCHEDULES 

ict that there is the potential for a significant realignment in football, football playing schools are 
ign contracts which call for games beyond the 1990 season. The starting date will change in 
listrict alignment changes, and until this alignment is finalized, prot>ably in the early spring, it 
i:xiuiti to hold off from finalizing schedules and contracts. A meeting to further discuss the 
:iiment will be held on Wednesday, April 18 in the offices in Lexington. 



iiu iji; duv 



SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUMS 

The schedule has been announced for the Medical Symposiums which are a bi-annual 

ren in all sports. The following dates and sites have been sanctioned - June 2, 

Eli. nter; June 9, 1990, University of Louisville; June 16, University of Kentucky; June 16, 

^ u?rii r\eruucKy university; June 22. Madisonville; June 23, Paintsville; and July 13 and 14, Northern Kentucky 

versity. Further details will be mailed to each school, and will be listed in an upcoming issue of this magazine. 

GREEN RIVER TO SPONSOR SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

The Green River Umpires Association wil announced for the Medical Symposiums which are a bi-annual 

requirement for coaches in all sports. The following dates and sites have been sanctioned - June 2, 

Eli?abRthtown Surgical Center; June 9, 1990. University of Louisville; June 16. University of Kentucky; June 16, 

Kentucky University; June 22. Madisonville; June 23. Paintsville; and July 13 and 14. Northern Kentucky 

,' Further details will t>e mailed to each school, and will be listed in an upcoming issue of this magazine 



OHIO STATE AGAIN TO SPONSOR ATHLETIC TRAINING WORKSHOP 

jiumbus, OH, is sponsoring an athletic training camp, June 17-22, 1990. For further information, 
tact Linda W. Daniel. Workshop Director, (614)292-7860. 



r.' 
this 




writ 


jame dated 


dan 


1 - 


August 1 


ooone County, 


Count 


:)avid Bayes at ti 


at It,.. 


Tatps Creek, f 


Au(i 


>n Central, 


f*' 


Tate8Crec4 



August 31 or September 1 - Cairo 

Contarf Coach Larry Adams (60fii 



Jim Gill, Ath; 
September 7 oi j 
Coach Larry Adii 
Lincoln County. 



ill ^')l'^).'ii,i 11/1 witnrow, 111 
September 14 or 15 - Boone ( 

itl r);i\/lr,ll Pruil.ir I till. Alhli.t, 

Sei 

Cuiilact John Utile. (014)776-3278. 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

hedules. With this in mind, please submit your open dates to 

lo assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in 

jarne date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone number. The following 

Coach Owen Hauck at the high school, (606)283-2795. Boyd 
ol, (606)928-6474. Madison Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin 
1, I'- o..Hdell at (606)272-1513. 

kin at the high school. Raceland, Contact Coach Bill 
Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 
i School, Contact Bob Conroy, A.D.. (618)734-2187, Corbin, 
•r (606)528-3143, Falfdale, August 31 in 1990. Contact Coach 
t Coach Mike Elkin at the high school Mt. Healthy, i 
•0 grades Contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-013^ 
II cti \iyuu).tji i-.M^. Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg. Ohio. Contac 

7. 

t D,4vi(i BavHs at the high school, (606)928-6474. Corbin, Contac 

• leming-Neon, Contact David Jones (606)855-7591 

!111 Mt. Healthy, in Cincinnnti, has npprnximnte^ 

Perry Centr.i' 

Athletic Di' a,| 

!ii; Muf.'iior. houioall Coach at (bi jj!);5j b/jj 

t Coach Owen Hauck at the high school. Stebbins, 



■ed call School, 
Portsmouth Ea- 



September 28 or 29 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at thr • 

Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. PInev 

Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg. Ohio, Contact Ji 

(614)574-2527. 
October 5 and 6 - Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. Elkhorn City 

A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. Portsmouth West, Contact Paul M^rkor Athu.tir nii..r tor ..i 

6669. 
October 12 and 13 - Marion County, Contact Sam Simpson, (502)692-60(> 
October 19 and 20 - Bardstown High School, Contact Coach Garnis Martin .. 

in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. Portsmou 

Jim Branham, Athletic Director at (614)354-2500. Rock Hill in Ironton, Ohio tapprnxifiiaiui, 

Contact Chris Lester, Athletic Director at (614)533-3417. 
October 26 and 27 • Oldham County, Contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222-9775 
November 2 and 3 - Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417, Madisonville, C 

Barlow, (502)825-6017. Fleming-Neon, Contact David Jones (606)8ri5 7597 Owensboro 

i-licks, Athletic Director at (502)686-1016 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected 
unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one game 

It also should be noted that officials who disqualify participants, and then do not report that d 
the Association office in a timely manner may face suspension from officiating!! 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a rci 
be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be sure you receive a disqualification card 
Contact this office in writing to request reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform tl 
suspension. You will be notified by return mall as to the end of the suspension, am! 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are remitiut-u ld usu an i- 
to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that mntp^t m n-Tmo imii 
will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance poHey insofar as pract 
otherwise notified. 

FALL 1989 ACADEMIC ALL STATE SELECTIONS 

The following is a list of the schools which were honored with Academic All 
Season. A total of 1 1 16 student-athletes were given First Team recognitior ' 
Mention recognition. 145 of the K.H.S.A.A. member schools were honored 

BoysXC Girls XC Footba 
School 1st Hon 1st Hon 1st Hon 



Allen County-Scottsville 














4 












Anderson County 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 












Apollo 





3 





2 















Assumption 











3 















Ballard 


1 


3 


3 


1 


" 












Ballard Memorial 


























Barren County 


4 


5 


2 


8 














Bath County 


























Beechwood 


























Bell County 





2 


1 


3 














Bellevue 


























Berea 


4 


2 


1 





! 












Bishop Brossart 


1 








5 















Bourbon County 


2 


' 


' 


•' 


'> 












Bowling Green 


3 




















Boyd County 























Boyle County 





1 
















4 


4 


Breckinridge County 


n 



















3 


5 


Brown 








1 








3 


6 








Bryan Station 














3 








2 


4 


Bullitt Central 


1 


1 


o 


1 


1 


11 i 








3 


10 


Bullitt East 














5 


7 


4 











Butler County 


n 











4 


r. 














Calloway County 
















) 





1 




Campbell County 









1 






3 


5 












Boys XC 


Girls XC 


Football 


Soccer 


Volleyball 


Cheer 


. !l II 




1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


— iverna 







2 


2 








1 




















Christian Academy-Louisville 


1 


2 




















3 


5 








Connpr 



















2 





3 





4 


1 









1 


1 


1 

































4 


8 








8 


14 


8 


10 














UDvinyion i 


ant) 




















1 


1 














Danville 




3 


4 








3 


5 


8 


7 








5 


10 


Davi---- r. , 


llltw 


o 


n 


11 


1 


1 


5 





3 











1 


D.'i, 










,> 


1 


2 








5 


3 


1 


8 


D. 













1 


8 


1 


7 


















U 














2 














1 


3 






3 


5 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 





6 


4 


5 






1 


1 








4 


3 














1 















2 


1 


3 


4 


2 


2 

































4 

















_A 






1 


1 








6 


5 














2 


m 






1 


3 











4 














5 


w 


















3 


10 














3 









1 


1 


? 


3 


5 


9 


3 


4 








1 


4 






1 






1 


4 





7 


6 











3 













t 


1 


1 


1 


2 





2 





3 






1 






t 


3 


6 














3 


8 






1 






I 





1 














1 


3 













ij 


1 


4 
























1 






:' 


5 


4 














3 


2 
















3 


1 


4 


5 








5 


4 












M 


2 


3 


3 


4 








2 


1 












, 


8 


4 






























) 


3 


2 














3 


1 












i) 


2 


3 














4 


3 












1 





6 






























t 


7 


11 














8 


10 












■I 





3 


2 


4 
























1 


5 


5 














3 


1 












,' 





2 


4 


7 








5 


7 












,' 


5 


10 


3 


3 


6 


3 


2 


5 












ll 











6 


7 


2 


2 















,J 


1 


2 






























1 








2 


4 


1 


4 


















\ 





7 





1 


1 


2 





4 












' 




1 



2 

1 
4 



2 
4 





2 



1 

3 



2 



1 



1 




1 




J. 


itily 








' 





12 


3 


10 














J( 


i\ 








1 





4 














2 


4 


JU' 




































K. 


Deaf 








) 





3 

















1 


Kt; 


il 








1 


2 


I 




















Lt 


































Ui 
















6 


3 








4 


3 


Lf. 










! 


























U'. 










.) 





2 

















2 


Lf 


1' II IC 















8 


9 








4 




Llo 


ll 












1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 




Loii. 














1 


1 


4 













Louisville Collegiate 


u 


u 







u 



















Ludlow 












f) 














1 


3 




M,K 


'hern 


























1 




Md 


Jorth Hopkins 


























2 




Male 







1 


1 


u 


u 


1 


u 


1 













Marion County 


1 


2 


3 





1 























Marshall County 





2 





3 


4 


17 


4 


12 








4 







Boys XC 


Girls XC 


Football 


Soccer 


Volleyhaii 




School 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


Hon 


1st 


H(.' 




Mayfield 














2 


8 











\j 




McLean County 

















3 
















Meade County 














1 


2 


2 


4 










Mercer County 





2 





1 





4 















Mercy 








3 


5 














8 






Metcalfe County 


3 


1 


2 


1 


5 


5 
















Montgomery County 














5 


4 


3 


2 










Murray 














3 


3 


4 


2 










Newport 

















2 
















Newport Central Catholic 


1 


2 





1 


5 


5 


1 


2 


3 


3 




Nicholas County 

















2 
















Ninth & Baptist 




















2 


1 










North Bullitt 


2 


2 








2 


8 


3 


6 










North Hardin 


3 





1 


2 


5 


7 


4 


6 










Oldham County 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


5 


1 


7 





3 




Owensboro 





1 








3 


3 


1 


2 










Paul Blazer 


1 











7 


4 


4 


9 


5 


4 




Pikevilie 














3 


2 
















Pineville 














1 


4 
















Pleasure Ridge Park 





1 


2 








5 





5 


4 






Presentation 


























1 






Pulaski County 





1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 





u 




Raceland 


5 


3 


4 


3 


6 


4 
















Rowan County 





1 


1 





1 


3 


7 


5 


1 






Russell 


4 


5 


6 


1 


5 


13 


6 


6 








Sacred Heart 








2 


3 




















Sayre 




















3 


1 








Scott 





1 








1 


6 


4 


9 








Scott County 





1 


3 





1 





2 


2 








1 


Shelby County 





3 


1 





1 


2 


4 


2 








4 


Silver Grove 


1 





1 


























Simon Kenton 


1 





1 


1 





2 


1 


2 








1 


Somerset 


1 


3 


2 





2 


2 





2 








5 


South Oldham 





3 





6 


2 


5 


1 


5 


2 


4 





Southwest Christian 




















3 





3 








St. Camillus 








1 











1 


8 











St. Francis 




















2 


3 











St. Henry 








3 


2 








6 


1 


6 








St Mary 


2 


3 


2 


4 








1 


1 











St. Xavier 


27 


11 








33 


20 


0-7 


'1 











Tates Creek 


4 


2 


1 





10 


10 












10 


Trinity (Louisville) 


11 


16 








13 


27 




! 








Ij 


Union County 





1 








1 


6 














Valley 
































Villa Madonna 




















2 


1 








Waggener 


1 








1 





2 














Warren Central 


2 





3 


3 





23 





3 


u 






Warren East 





2 


3 


1 


1 


5 


2 


3 







1 


Wayne County 





3 








3 


7 


n 


(1 









Webster County 


3 


3 


1 


2 


19 















West Hardin 


1 


2 








2 















West Hopkins 





2 





















Western 


1 


2 





















Western Hills 





2 





















Whitesburg 


1 


2 


1 


















Woodford County 


2 


1 


3 


' 




■' 












Boys XC = F^ 
























Girls XC - (■ 

r ■ 
























1 

Hun - nuiiufdiJit' mt'iiiiun o' 




'■ 1 \i 


1 ijin 


Ul. : 

















THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



PAGE SEVEN 



1989 BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 

CHAMPIONS 
WAYNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 



1989 GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN" 

CHAMPIONS 

MARSHALL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




FRONT ROW: (L to R) Tishanna Eller, Penny Sullivan, 
Stephanie Stringer, Amy Matthews, KrIstI Roberts, Panesia 
Gregory. BACK ROW: (Lto R) Tracy Sexton, Michelle Davis, 
Twyla Wheeler, Wendl Roberts, Jill Roberts, Patricia Bell. 



FRONT ROW: (L to R) Jennifer Eubanks, Lana Cothran, 
Tiffany Riley, Heather Rose. BACK ROW: (L to R) Janet 
Jones, Melanie Smothers, Brittany Draffen. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Participating clieerleader and cheerleading 
coaches registration: all cheerleading squads and/or 
coaches are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to: 

1 . Register your squad. 

2. Pick up important information and materials for you 
and your school. 

Along vi/ith a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. They 
can be identified by their hostess armbands. Feel free 
to ask them for help, and in turn they may seek you and 
your cheerleaders to be interviewed by one of the radio 
commentators. In order to make their task easier, we 
are asking that you register your seat, row and section 
number. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because the guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all cheerleading 
coaches and cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a 
Hospitality Room for participating cheerleaders. We 
cordially invite you to have refreshments, socialize 
with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the State 
Tournament, included in the packet sent to you by the 
KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your cheerleading 
squad. Be sure to look for this and relay all information 
to your cheerleading coach. We request that your 
cheerleaders be chaperoned by a well qualified, 
school approved adult. Verification of this, along with 
your cheerleading coach's name, must be contained in 
the letter of confirmation which you will receive. This 
letter must be in the hands of the KAPOS officer prior to 
the time that your cheerleaders take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school is a paid 
member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their first 



game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use of 
the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which appears in 
the KAPOS Handbook. 



AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards will be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' Sweet 
Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; in the 
Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills Award. The runner- 
up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, with the 
third and fourth place squads being awarded plaques. 
In addition, the special K-Pep Award will be presented. 
All tournament cheerleading squads and their 
coaches are asked to be located close to the playing 
floor so they can easily come on the floor should they 
be called for an award. 

GOVERNOR WILKINSON DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sportsmanship 
Month, KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at tournament time. 
Being a good sport is part of being a good citizen. We 
don't believe that good citizens need to be reminded to 
exemplify good sportsmanship. However, it is 
especially fitting at tournament time to remind all 
citizens that it is a privilege to be able to attend the 
games and that each individual can contribute to the 
success of the tournament if he will abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by 
Governor Wilkinson. The Governor's proclamation is 
on display at the KAPOS table. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 



NOTES TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 



Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen forturnate enough to 
participate with their teams in the State Tournament. 
The winner will receive the Jane Meyer trophy, while 
the runner-up will receive the KAPOS President's 
Trophy. Plaques will be given to the third and fourth 
place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress to 
the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and runner- 
up and the boys' winner and runner-up from each 
region is allowed to compete for the title of State-At- 
Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Boys' State-At- Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 24, in 
Louisville at Broadbent Arena. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At- Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M., on Saturday, March 17, at 
Warren Central High School, Bowling Green. The 
public is invited to these outstanding events. The 
admission charge of $3.00 will go toward the expenses 
of KAPOS scholarship award, details of which are 
supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top squads, in addition to several 
special awards. 



Many of you have responded to our SOS in releasing 
teaching personnel to assist with the many tasks 
necessary to keep this organization functioning 
effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel help at the 
tournament. This involves at least 1 2 to 1 5 people. It is 
also backbreaking, tiresome work. However, we have 
many dedicated persons who have indicated a 
willingness to help share these duties provided they 
get a release from their administrators. Therefore, the 
KAPOS board is seeking your understanding and 
cooperation should you be asked to release a teacher 
from his or her duties to help carry on the work that 
KAPOS is doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile 
educational experience in the State of Kentucky. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. Glib 
Scholarship to outstanding cheerleaders from 
Kentucky. In 1 989, KAPOS awarded 1 3, $500 scholar- 
ships to well-deserving cheerleaders. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must be 
turned in no later than April 30. Contact a KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or pick 
them up at the State Tournament KAPOS Table. 



KAPOS SERVICES 

• Maintains an affiliation with the KHSAA in order that 
we may help them and they may assist us in any way 
possible to promote good sportsmanship in the state of 
Kentucky. 

• Maintains continual communication with cheer- 
leading coaches in the state to ascertain their needs, 
problems, suggestions and criticism. 

• Publishes The Handbook of the Kentucky Associa- 
tion of Pep Sponsors. 

• Holds judging clinics to promote better under- 
standing between cheerleading coaches and judges, 
and to encourage consistency in interpretation of 
KAPOS rules and recommendations. 

• Sponsors awards to outstanding cheerleading 
squads at the district regional, and state levels. 

• Sponsors the judging of outstanding cheerleading 
squads at the State Tournament for the "Sweet 16" 
Competition. 

• Sponsors Sportsmanship Month during the month of 
March. 

• Hosts the KAPOS table and the KAPOS Hospitality 
Room at the State Tournament both Boys' and Girls'. 



• Sponsors the Stella S. Glib Scholarship, an 
educational scholarship awarded each year to 
outstanding an deserving cheerleaders in Kentucky. 

• Presents "Cheerleading Coach of the Year Award". 

• Presents the "Pat Dooley K-Pep Award" in each 
region and state tournament. 

• Members serve as instructors and judges as 
requested by the various groups (KHSAA, YMCA, NCA, 
scfiools, etc.) 

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS 

Membership in KAPOS is open to all schools, 
elementary, secondary and college level, who are 
affiliated with a school system in Kentucky. Dues are 
$2.00 per varsity cheerleader plus $2.00 for the coach, 
and entitle the school to membership in the organiza- 
tion for the fiscal year from July 1 st through June 30th. 

Dues should be paid to the treasurer of KAPOS by 
Jan. 15. A membership card will then be returned to 
you. A KAPOS handbook is mailed to all high school 
principals at the beginning of each school year. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



PAGE NINE 



1990 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT HOSTS AND/OR SITES 



Boys 



1. Fulton City 

2. Lone Oak 

3. Graves County 

4. Murray 

5. Trigg County 

6. Providence 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsvilie 

9. Apollo 

10. Greenville 

11. Hancock County 

12. McLean County 

13. Russellville 

14. Warren East 

15. Edmonson County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. Elizabethtown 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Campbellsville 

21. Southwest Christian 

22. Holy Cross 

23. Valley 

24. Iroquois 

25. Manual 

26. Trinity 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Shelby County 

31. Trimble County 

32. Owen County 



33. St. Henry 

34. Covington Catholic 

35. Newport 

36. Scott 

37. Nicholas County 

38. Bracken County 

39. Mason County 

40. George Rogers Clark 

41. Western Hills 

42. Lexington Catholic 

43. Tates Creek 

44. Model 

45. Danville 

46. Harrodsburg 

47. Monticello 

48. Pulaski County 

49. Clay County 

50. Whitley County 

51. Pineville 

52. Cawood 

53. Whitesburg 

54. Dilce Combs 

55. June Buchanan 

56. Owsley County 

57. Johnson Central 

58. Wheelwright 

59. Dorton 

60. Belfry 

61. Rowan County 

62. West Carter 

63. Russell 

64. Paul Blazer 



Girls 

1. Fulton City 

2. Lone Oak 

3. Graves County 

4. Murray 

5. Trigg County 

6. Providence 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Hopkinsvilie 

9. Apollo 

10. Greenville 

11. Hancock County 

12. McLean County 

13. Russellville 

14. Warren Central 

15. Edmonson County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. East Hardin 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Campbellsville 

21. Presentation 

22. Holy Cross 

23. Valley 

24. Iroquois 

25. Manual 

26. Trinity 

27. Moore 

28. Waggener 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Shelby County 

31. Trimble County 

32. Williamstown 



33. St. Henry 

34. Notre Dame Academy 

35. Newport 

36. Scott 

37. Harrison County 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. George Rogers Clark 

41. Western Hills 

42. Lexington Catholic 

43. Tates Creek 

44. Model 

45. Danville 

46. Harrodsburg 

47. Monticello 

48. Pulaski County 

49. Clay County 

50. Whitley County 

51. Pineville 

52. Cawood 

53. Letcher 

54. Dilce Combs 

55. June Buchanan 

56. Owsley County 

57. Johnson Central 

58. Wheelwright 

59. Dorton 

60. Belfry 

61. Rowan County 

62. West Carter 

63. Russell 

64. Paul Blazer 




1990 DISTRICT 

TOURNAMENT SITES 

AND/OR HOSTS 



Boys 

1. Murray State Univ. 

2. Hopkinsvilie HS 

3. Apollo HS 

4. Western Kentucky Univ. 

5. Green County HS 

6. Iroquois HS 

7. Ballard HS 

8. Henry County HS 

9. Conner HS 

10. Mason County HS 

11. U.K. - Memorial Coliseum 

12. Lincoln County HS 

13. Knox Central HS 

14. Hazard HS 

15. Johnson Central HS 

16. Morehead State Univ. 



Girls 

1. Murray State Univ. 

2. West Hopkins HS 

3. Greensville HS 

4. Barren County HS 

5. Nelson County HS 

6. Iroquois HS 

7. Ballard HS 

8. Shelby County HS 

9. Dayton HS 

10. Harrison County HS 

11. Western County HS 

12. Garrard County HS 

13. Knox Central HS 

14. Knott County Central HS 

15. Elkhorn City HS 

16. Boyd County HS 



State Softball Committee Minutes 
(continued from page five) 



The committee recommended that Region 1 3 be realigned 
as outlined and presented by Ed Holbrook, motion was made 
by Tim Moore, seconded by Steve Kaufman. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

The Softball committee recommended that the State Softball 
Tournament beginning in 1991 be a double elimination 
tournament. Due to the short period of time that it takes for a 
Softball game to be played, the committee felt that it would 
constitute only one more day for the format to be added. With 
the four fields that are available on the same site in 
Owensboro, the tournament could be played in two days as it 
is played currently. The committee would also like to 
recommend that the tournament play begin on Friday rather 
than on Thursday so that the fans will have an opportunity to 
see their teams play. Also this would not constitute the teams 
being out of school on Thursday. The rain possibility would 
be to play the remainder of the games on Sunday. 

The Softball Committee recommends that the softball 
program be granted the two tournament right as the 
basketball program with the two tournaments counting one 
game each. This would not be counted against their 35 game 
limit regular season play. Motion made by Ed Holbrook and 
seconded by Steve Kaufman. The motion passed 
unanimously. 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



1990 TRACK 
ALIGNMENT 



REGION 1 

Ballard Memorial 
Carlisle County 
Fulton City 
Fulton County 
Heatti 

Hickman County 
Mayfield 
Murray 
St. Mary 



REGION 4 

Augusta 
Bracken County 
Frankfort 
Harrodsburg 
Henry County 
Lexington Catholic 
Millersburg Military 

Institute 
Nictiolas County 
Owen County 
Pans 
Sayre 



REGION 7 

Allen Central 

Cordia 

Elliott County 

Elkhorn City 

Fairview 

John's Creek 

Menifee County 

Mullins 

Paintsville 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Raceland 

Virgie 



REGION 1 

Caldwell County 
Calloway County 
Fort Campbell 
Lone Oak 
McLean County 
Paducah Tilghman 
Reidland 
Trigg County 
Union County 
Webster County 



CLASS A 
(0 - 435) 



REGION 2 

Bremen 

Crittenden County 
Edmonson County 
Hancock County 
Lyon County 
Providence 
Russellville 
South Hopkins 
Todd County Central 
West Hopkins 




REGION 3 

Bellevue 
Bishop Brossart 
Carroll County 
Covington Latin 
Dayton 

Lloyd Memorial 
Ludlow 
Newport Central 

Catholic 
Silver Grove 
St. Henry 
Walton-Verona 



REGION 5 

Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Campbellsville 
Caverna 

Christian Academy 
Cumberland County 
Kentucky Country Day 
Louisville Collegiate 
Spencer County 
St. Francis 
Washington County 



REGION 6 

Berea 

Central Ky, Christian 

Danville 

Garrard County 

Kentucky School 

for the Deaf 
Model 
Red Bird 
Somerset 
St, Camillus 
Williamsburg 



REGION 8 

Bath County 

Cumberland 

Dilce Combs 

Evarts 

Fleming-Neon 

Harlan 

Hazard 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Oneida Baptist Institute 



CLASS AA 
(436 - 799) 



REGION 2 

Allen County - 

Scottsville 
Barren County 
Butler County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Glasgow 
Greenwood 
Hart County 
Logan County 
Monroe County 
Warren East 



REGION 3 

Breckinridge County 
Bullitt East 
East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
LaRue County 
Oldham County 
Owensboro Catholic 
South Oldham 
West Hardin 



In Class AAA, (*) Regions 4, 5 and 6 will rotate sections during the four 
year alignment period. For 1 988, Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 
to form Section 2 and Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3; for 1989, 
Region 5 will be paired with Region 3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 
and 6 will form Section 3; lor 1990, Region 6 will be paired with Region 
3 to form Section 2, and Regions 4 and 5 will form Section 3; and for 
1991, Region 4 will be paired with Region 3 to form Section 2 and 
Regions 5 and 6 will form Section 3. 



REGION 4 

Adair County 
Casey County 
Green County 
McCreary Central 
Russell County 
Taylor County 



REGION S 

Conner 

Covington Catholic 

Dixie Heights 

Grant County 

Harrison County 

Highlands 

Newport 

Scott 

Simon Kenton 



REGION 6 

Anderson County 
Boyle County 
Cawood 
Clay County 
Corbin 
Estill County 
Franklin County 
Jackson County 
Madison Southern 
Marion County 
Mercer County 
Middlesboro 
Rockcastle County 
Western Hills 



REGION 7 

Bourbon County 
East Carter 
Fleming County 
Lawrence County 
Lewis County 
Mason County 
Paul Blazer 
Powell County 
Rowan County 
Russell 
West Carter 



REGION 1 

Apollo 

Christian County 
Daviess County 
Graves County 
Henderson County 
Hopkinsville 
Madisonville - 

North Hopkins 
Marshall County 
Owensboro 



REGION 4* 

Assumption 

Atherton 

Brown 

Butler 

Central 

Fern Creek 

duPont Manual 

Male 

Moore 

Shawnee 

Southwest Christian 

St. Xavier 



REGION 7 

Bryan Station 
George Rogers Clark 
Henry Clay 
Jessamine County 
Lafayette 
Scott County 
Tates Creek 
Woodford County 



REGION 8 

Belfry 

Betsy Layne 
Breathitt County 
Knott County Central 
Leslie County 
Magoffin County 
Morgan County 
Prestonsburg 
Sheldon Clark 
Whitesburg 



CLASS AAA 
(800 - Up) 



REGION 2 

Bowling Green 
Bullitt Central 
Grayson County 
Meade County 
Nelson County 
North Bullitt 
North Hardin 
Ohio County 
Warren Central 



REGION 5* 

DeSales 

Doss 

Evangel 

Fairdale 

Holy Cross 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquis 

Mercy 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Southern 

Valley 

Western 



REGION 8 

Bell County 
Boyd County 
Greenup County 
Johnson Central 
Knox Central 
Laurel County 
Lincoln County 
Madison Central 
Montgomery County 
Pulaski County 
Whitley County 



REGION 3 

Boone County 
Campbell County 
Holmes 
Notre Dame 



REGION 6* 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Jetfersontown 

Louisville Collegiate 

Presentation 

Sacred Heart 

Seneca 

Shelby County 

Trinity 

Waggener 

Walden 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



PAGE ELEVEN 



o 



1990 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATIONS CORRECTIONS 



Rule Book 

Page 35 - Editorial Change - Rule 
second sentence 



"heats" with "trials" 



Track Exam 

Question #51 - The throwing sector in the shot put is 65-6 degrees (figure 4, page 
39) 

Case Book 

Page 4 - Situation 2.2.2 1 1 (d). incorrect ruling. This situation does not warrant 
the use of a tie breaker procedure since B1 had cleredthebarat6'4". B1 would be 
awarded first place and Al second 

To clear up the situation where a competitor has a passed height and a jump-off 
IS necessary, please note the following situation: 

SITUATION #1 : Al and B1 are the two remaining competitors in the high jump and 
are successful at clearing the bar at 6'3". B1 passes at 6'4" and Al misses his 

three trials at this height. B1 then fails m histhreeattemptsat6'5". Since both have 

the same number of successful and unsuccessful trials, the judge declares both 

are tied for first place at 6'3". To break the tie. the juddge gives both competitors 

another attempt at the lowest height last attemptd by either competitor, m this case 

6'4". Al fails his fourth attempt al 6'4", while 81 successfully clears the bar. Bl is 

awarded first place with the official winning height of 6'3". 

RULING: The |udge is correct at beginning the )ump-off at 6'4". Since the height 

last attempted by both competitors was not the same, both would be given a fourth 

trial at the lowest height missed by either competitor, 2-2-2 11 (d) Note 1. 

COMMENT: The purpose of the note in 2-2-2 1 1 (d) is to determine where to begin 

the lump-off when two or more competitors are tied for first place and their last 

attempted height is not the same due to a passed height. 

SITUATION #2: The 4 x 400 meter relay is being run from a two-turn stagger. A2 

takes the baton from Al at the beginning of the exchange zone in lane 8 and 

immediately begins moving towards the inside lane without causing interference 

with any other runner. Following the race. Team A is disqualified on the basis of an 

Inspector's report that A2 lett his assigned lane before passing the mid-point of the 

exchange zone Team A's coach files an appeal. 

RULING: The appeal will be upheld (5-9-4) 

COMMENT: While It IS important that the first exchange in the 4x400 meter relay IS 

mae in the assigned land, once the echange has been completed, the out-going 

runner is free to move towards an inside lane at any time as long as the runner 

avoids interference with any other competitor. The so-called "mid-pomt" in the 

exchange zone has no bearing on the legality of the exchange. Lane assignments 

for the first leg of the 4 x 400 relay only apply to the first runner when a two-turn 

stagger is used. 

SITUATION #3: Prior to the start of the 4 x 1 00 meter relay, it is noted that Team A is 

wearing undergarments under their school issued jersey and shorts. Al and A2 

are wearing red leotards and A3 and A4 are wearing red bicycle shorts. Bot the 

leotards and bicycle shorts have no markings or design. The referee determines 

that the uniform is illegal, citing that undergarments must be of the same color and 

length. The coach of Team A protests that his team was wearing a legal uniform, 

RULING; The referee was in error. The undergarment must be of the same color, 

but not the same length. (4-4-4) 

COMMENT: The school-issued jersey and shorts must be the same color and 

design. When other apparel is worn under the school uniform, it shall be of the 

same color for al teammates choosing to wear them, but not necessarily the same 

length. 

SITUATION #4: In a relay race in which the acceleration zone is not permitted, the 

outgoing relay runner A2 takes a position just inside the rear limits of the exchange 

zone in the 4 x 100 meter relay As incoming runner A 1 approaches. A2 begins his 

acceleration by taking a step backward with his right foot, which places his foot on 

the track behind the limit of the exchange zone. 

RULING: Violation. The terms and conditions of the meet specifically states. 

"acceleration zones will not be used." Therefore, when the runner stepped out of 

the exchange zone, it would be an unfair advantage to the other competitors. 

(5-9-10). 

SITUATION #5: At the completion of a cross country state qualifying meet, it is 



discovered that a participant who had not been entered in the meet for Team B 

illegally entered the course and crossed the finish line. The referee disqualified the 

illegal participant and all members of Team B. Since 81 and 62 finished in the top 1 

as individuals, the coach of Team B asks if they would advance to the state finals 

as individuals. 

RULING:SinceallmembersofTeamB were disqualified, 81 and 82 should not be 

awarded the top 10 placing which would qualify them for the state meet. A 

disqualified competitor cannot place or qualifty for the next round of competition. 

(4-5-6. S.R., 4.5 6.1 

SITUATION #6: The games committee for the conference track meet wants to use 

a one-turn stagger for the running of the mens' and womens' 800 meter run. 

However, they have more entries than the number of lanes available and decide to 

assign two runners to a lane with one being assigned on the lane line. The runner 

assigned to the lane line would run on the line throughout the first curve and would 

be given a half a stagger advantage over the competitor m the lane. When the meet 

information was mailed to all coaches, several protested this decision and the 

games committee sought a ruling as to their authority to implement such a 

procedure. 

RULING: While the games committee has the right to establish starting procedures 

for their track meet, any procedures that they adopt must be withm the restrictions 

of the rules. Since there is no rule support for enforcng "running on a line" or for 

being given a half stagger advantage at the start, the procedure descnbed above 

would not be appropriate and should not be used. (5-3-2) 

COMMENT: If the games committee wants to use a one-turn stagger for the 

running of the 800 meter run. it is recommended that alleys be used and three or 

more runners can be assigned to each alley 

SITUATION #7: At the begmning of the competition in the triple jump, the judge 

decides to use the takeoff board closer to the pit for the girls' competition. Al 

requests to lump from the takeoff board farthest from the pit and is given 

permission to do so by the judge (a) Al requests permission to take her third |ump 

from the board closer to the pit. or (b) without informing the ludge, Al takes her 

third jump from the board closer to the pit. 

Legal in (a); Illegal in (b). (7-5-7 Note, S.R. 7.5.7.) 

COMMENT: It would be permissible for A2 to change her takeoff board, but only 

with prior approval of the event judge. Such a change would be without the benefit 

of a run through. 

SITUATION #8: During competition in the high jump, Al uses a device with two 

spikes that straps over the heel of the shoe of his takeoff foot. Upon completion of 

the event, which At fmish first. Team B's coach appeals the awarding of first place 

to Al on the grounds that he was using an illegal device 

RULING: Appeal denied. (7-2-8, S.R 7.2.8B) 

COMMENT: The device worn by Al would be no different than the other jumpers 

wearing a jumping shoe in which the manufacturer placed two heel spikes. As 

long as the device does not give Al an unfair advantage, it would be considered 

legal to use. 

SITUATION #9: Al has the best mark in the prelims of the long jump. After all other 

finalists take their first attempt in the finals, Al decides to pass (#4) because he still 

has the best jump. However, in round #5. 81 betters hisjump so he takes jumps #5 

and #6, finishing with the second best jump behind Bl. Al asks the judge for 

permission to take the jump that he passed. The jude permits the jump, which 

esceeds Bl's best jump and is awarded first place by the judge. 81 's coach 

appeals. 

RULING: The appeal is upheld and Bl is given first place and Al second place. 

(7-5-10. S.R 7 5 10) 

COMMENT: The referee should disallow the last attempt by Al as it had previously 

been passed. The event judge erred m permitting Al to take a passed jump at a 

later time. Al was given the last jump of the competition as he was entitled, 

SITUATION #10: Al who has the best |ump going into the finals of the long jump. 

(a) personally informs, or (b) has a teammate inform the event judge that she will 

not compete m the finals. After the second round of the finals After the second 

round of the finals, 81 takes the lead Al returns before all jumpers complete their 

final attempt and asks the judge to take her last jump in the proper sequence. 

RULING: The judge should permit ATs last jump. 

COMMENT: When a competitor announces that they have no intention of 

continuing in competition, they are merely indicating that they intend to pass each 

attempt as it comes up. If the competitor wants to take an attempt when it is called 

(normal sequence) he/she may do so as each attempt is passed individually. The 

responsibility of informing the judge is entirely the competitors. 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1990 



O 



1990 NATIONAL FEDERATION SOFTBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PARTI 




PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

Rule Book 

Page 16, 2-5-3 in ninth line reference should be (8-3-3-e) in 1 2th line "3-3-1 -e" 
should be "3-3-1 -f" Delete ■'S-l-l-m " 

Page 24. In penalty under Article 2, in second line, delete "d" in reference 

Page 33. 5-1-2-c delete "S-S-l-c." 

Page 36, Play-Change "a' circle" to "16" circle" 

Page 38. 6-2-3 Penalty, In last sentence references should be "(e)" and 
"3-3-1 -d" 

Page 46, In Penalty, after "h" add "and k." 

Page 47, 8-1 -2-b reference should be "8-4-1 -f" 

Page 50. 8-3-3-d in third line after "umpire's" insert "or catcher's". 

Page 74. Dead Ball Table, Activity #28 reference should be "B-4-2-0." 

Case Book 

Page 60, 31 7 Play In ruling revise third sentence to read. "An out wilt be called 
whenever Bis turn to bat is reached." 

Page 66, 5 2 la Play Revise ruling to read. "If the pitcher delivers a pitch, it shall 
be called a strike If the pitcher slops or hesitates in her delivery, the umpire shall 
cam "Time," declar a "no pitch" and start play anew, because both the batter and 
pitcher violated a rule." 

Page 68, 6.2.2 Play Change "(S.P )" to "(P.P.)". 

19B9 Interpretations I 

«12 Ruling-Change "second" to "third" 

#l6m second line of situation, delete "is hit by a pitch" and replace with "walk" 

#18 Ruling-Last word to be "infraction " 



r should be True 

SITUATION #1: After a game, the umpires are discussing a call that both coaches 

and fans felt was incorrect. For an official interpretation one umpire suggests 

contacting, (a) a college umpire, (b) a local sportswnter, (c) the state association 

office or (d) any national magazine or publication that provides a rules 

interpretation service 

RULING: Requests by umpires, coaches, fans, etc . for rule interpretations or 

clarifications should be directed to the appropriate state association, which is 

responsible for administering and conducting the state's high school softball 

programs The National Federation will assist state associations whenever called 

upon concerning rules, interpretations, etc. Prospective sources for rules 

interpretations, such as (a), (b}and (d)are not part of the National Federation rules 

network and have no "official" status with regard to interpreting National 

Federation rules. By working directly through state associations, confusion and 

the risk of receiving an incorrect interpretation are greatly reduced (Inside Front 

Cover-Rule Book) 

SITUATION #2: With R1 on third and R2 on first. 83 strike out and interferes with 

F2's attempt to put out R2, who is stealing. The throw goes into center field and R1 

scores 

RULING: R1, the runner closest to home, is called out because of B3s 

interterence R2 is returned to first base 7-2-5 Penalty 

SITUATION #3: A batted ball deflects off the glove of F1 F5 reverses direction as a 

result ol the deflection and dives toward her left in an attempt to back hand the ball, 

In so doing, FSand Rl. who was advancing to third, collide Rl could not alter her 

base path in time to avoid the collision Is Rl out for interference or is F5 guilty of 

obstruction'' 

RULING: Neither Rl or F5 are at fault. This is simply a collision. Rl ccannot be held 

liable for running into F5 because Fl deflected the ball into the base path Had Rl 

had an opportunity to avoid contact with F5, but initiated contact anyway, then 

interference would be called (8-4-2-|) 

SITUATION #4: With the bases loaded. F6 asks the umpire how many are out. The 

umprie indicates that there are two outs On the next pitch, B5 hits a ground ball to 

the second base side of F6. who fields the ball, steps on the base and rolls the ball 

to the pitcher's plate Thinking that was the third out, the defensive team leaves the 

field, only to be informed by the umpire-in -chief that there are two outs. The coach 

of the defensive team appeals, claiming that the base umpire misinformed his 

players concerning thenumberof outs, which contributed to the opposing team's 



RULING: The defensive team has the responsibility to know how many outs there 
are Even though the umprie misinformed the defensive team, the play stands. 
(10-2-3-g) 



SITUATION #5: With Rl on third and no outs, B2 hits a high fly in the infield above 
the second baseman's head Base umpire erroneously calls "infield fly The batter 
IS out " The second baseman subsequently drops the ball The runner from third 
scores but the batter, who hesitated, because of the umpire's call was thrown out 
at first base Does the play stand'' 

RULING: The play stands The team at bat has the responsibility to know when 
conditions exist for an infield fly B2 should have attempted to reach base safely 
and then inform the umpire that her call was in error (2-8-5, 7-4-g) 
SITUATION #6: Rl steals seconde before F2 can make a throw As Rl dusts 
herself off, F6 tells her that the ball was hit foul Rl trots back to first base and is 
immediatly tagged out Rl claims that F6's comment caused her to be put out and 
asks the umpire to nullify the out and allow her to remain at second base 
RULING: Rl has the responsibility to know whether the ball was hit foul or not. 
Furthermore, Rl 's base coaches should have kept Rl informed Therefore, the out 
stands However, the umpire should warn F6 not to repeat her actions (8-4-2-e) 
SITUATION #7: Prior to the game, the coach of the home team provides the 
umpire-in-chief with new game balls Upon a closer examination, the umpire 
realizes that the softball is a molded ball and does not have stitched covers 
RULING: If the coach does not have legal softballs, the visiting team shall be given 
the opportunity to provide the game balls. If possible, new softballs should be 
provided However, if none are available, legal softballs in the best condition 
should be used (1-3-4) 

SITUATION #8: With Rl on first base, B3 bats out of order and hits to F5 who forces 
Rl out The infraction is discovered before the next pitch 
RULING: The player who should have batted shall be out Rl is returned to first 
base. The proper batter shall assume her position in the batter's box with no ball or 
strikes. (7-1-1) Penalty 
SITUATION #9: Team As players are wearing plastic visors covered with a soft 

RULING: Even though the plastic is covered, there is still the possibility that it 
could break, which would pose a safety nsktoparticipants. Any similar substance 
covered by a soft materials would also be illegal (1-1-5) 

SITUATION #10: SI pinch hits for B1 and singles, but fails to report. The infraction 
IS then brought to the impire's attention (a) before the next pitch or (b) after a pitch 
has been thrown 

RULING; In (a) and (b) 81 is ejected. In (a) 81 is out for not batting in the proper 
position The play is nullified In (b) the play stands, because the infraction was 
detected after a pitch. Since SI is ejected, a legal substitute must replace 81. 
(3-1-4, 7-1-2 Penalty) 

SITUATION #1 1 : With Rl on first and R2 on second, Fl delivers a pitch Into the dirt 
that gets away from F2 While chasing the ball, F2 (a) accidentally or (b) 
intentionally kicks the ball into dead ball territory, 

RULING: In (a) each runner would be awarded one base from the base they 
occupied at the time of the pitch In (b) if m the judgment of the umpire F2 
intentionally caused the ball to become dead, all runners are awarded two bases 
beyond the base they last legally occupied at the time of the infraction. Until the 
ball receives new impetus, it is still considered a pitch. (8-3-3-c, d) 
SITUATION #1 2: Fl with the ball m her pitching hand extends her arm completely 
forward at should level Then, as if doing the backstroke, she makes one revolution 
and then another, but releases the ball past the hip on the second time around. 
RULING: Legal, since she did not make two complete revolutions. A revolution is 
measured from the start of the revolution (6-1 -4-d and 6-1 -4-d Note) 
SITUATION #13: In the first inning after three pitches have been thrown, torrential 
rains force the umpire to cal the game Is this a suspended game? 
RULING: Yes (4-3-1) 

SITUATION #14: Team A arrives at the field wearing jeans with T-shirts that 
display advertising of a local merchant. Is that team in violation of the rules'' 
RULING: No. Uniformsof all teams members should be of the same color and style, 
Jeans are not prohibited, and neither is advertising that appears on uniforms. 
However, state association regulations may prohibit either or both. (1-1-5) 
SITUATION #15: With the bases leaded and no outs. B4 receives ball four On her 
way to first base, she takes off her helmet and exchanges it with the next batter 
RULING: B4 is called out immediately The ball remains alive The award remains 
in effect Therefore each runner is allowed to advance. (8-4-1 -g, 10-2-3-g) 
SITUATION #16: Rl is on first, Fl commits an illegal pitch Plate umpire calls 
'Illegal Pitch " Rl leaves base too soon after illegal pitch is called Base umpire 
calls "No Pitch" and declares ball dead. 81 hits the illegal pitch and advances to 
third 

RULING: Illegal pitch A ball is called on the batter, and Rl is advanced to second 
base Since the illegal pitch occurred before Rl left base too soon, the penalty for 
illegal pitch shall be administered. Since the base umpire declared the ball dead 
with the "No Pitch", 81 cannot be awarded third base for the hit. The ball was dead 
when the batter hit it. 



^HB Sporting Goods 



TOLL 
FREE 

1-800-442-0132 

PHONE: (606) 864-2207 



901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



Clean Up. 

Go with an all-time great. RusseU Athletic. 



Softball is serious business. 
You're playing to win, so 
don't suit up with anything 
less than Russell Athletic. 

Russell has been outfitting 
America's top athletes for 
generations, with the kind of 
field tested quality that holds 
up. Play after play, game 
after game. 

And when it comes to styles, 
trims and colors, the 
combinations are endless. 

If You Are Proud Enough To 
Wear The Very Best. 

Russell Athletic. Authentic 
American Sport. 




1990 Tournament Trophies 

Gold Trim - Figures of Your Choice 

Choose White, Oak or Walnut Woodgrain Bases 

(Includes KHSAA Heat-Press) 




ATPIA 17" $6.75 

B 16" J6.50 

C 15" J6.25 

Oak or gold plastic column. 




ATP2A 17" J7.50 

B 16" $7.25 

C 15" $7.00 

Oak or gold plastic column. 




ATP3A 18" $8.00 

B 17" $7.75 

C 16" $7.50 

Oak or gold plastic column. 



ATMIA 
B 
C 



17" 
16" 
15" 
Gold metal column. 



$7.25 
$7.00 
$6.75 



ATM2A 
B 
C 



17" 
16" 
15" 
Gold metal column. 



$8.00 

$7.75 
$7.50 



ATM3A 
B 
C 



18" 
17" 
16" 
Gold metal column. 



$8.50 
$8.25 
$8.00 



ATWIA 17" $7.75 

B 16" $7.50 

C 15" $7.25 

Oak woodgrain column. 



ATW2A 17" $8.50 

B 16" $8.25 

C 15" $8.00 

Oak woodgrain column. 



ATW3A 18" $9.00 

B 17" $8.75 

C 16" $8.50 

Oak woodgrain column. 



(/ iJi€rvcU 



231 W. Main 

Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 



Toll Free 1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
PC Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
US Postage 

PAID 
Richmond. KY 
Permit No. 108 




Volume LI, No. 8 

— r 













Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member ot Netional Federation of State High School A»»oclallons 





Y HELPING STUDENTS COPE WITH 

^ ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 

The Kentucky TARGET program is a joint venture between the K.H.S.A.A., the Kentucky 

Department of Education, Cabinet for Human Resources, and the Governor's 

Champion 's Against Drugs. 

TARGET is designed to supplement other programs in helping to create a "Drug Free School 

and Community." 

GOALS 

* Assist in developing prevention /intervention strategies for alcohol and drugs 

* Promote healthy habits through student leaders 

* Provide resoure information for parents 

* Make other printed material available from all sources. 

/. Seminars 
Variety of Seminars Offered on Drug and Chemical Abuse Prevention and Diagnosis Strategies 

//. Audio Visual Library 
Complete library of films and tapes available for no-charge check out. Complete list available on request. 

///. Participation in Networking Systems 
For schools to offer specialized information on alcohol and other drug prevention strategies. 

IV. Leadership Training Hours 
May be awarded to seminar participants as vi/ell as Certified Education Units. 

For further information, contact 

Kentucky Target 

P.O. Box 22280 

Lexington, KY 40522 

1-800-248-3234 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. LI, NO. 8 



MARCH, 1990 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 
February 16-17, 1990 — Louisville, Kentucky 

Campbell County High School 




Back Row: (L-R) Coach Ken Bachman, Coach Willis Barrett, Mike Straus, Phil Hagen, Jim Newman, Chris 
Hagen, Rick Turner, Curl Zinga, Coach Mike Bankemper, Coach Bruce Nelson. Middle Row: Bryan 
Goodwin, Denny Pelle, Bryon Mines, Jay Segura, Marc Barrett. Front Row: Mickey Meyer, Glen Gray, 
Brandon Wilkons. 

Individual Weight Class Winners 




103-Tommy Storms, Simon Kenton, 112-Alex Wray, Trinity, 119-Pat Martz, Conner, 125 Craig Bertelson, 
Conner, 130-Greg Kraeszig, St. Xavier, 13S-Brian Seike, Trinity, 140-Marke Seike, Trinity, 145-Jovanie 
Marshall, Ft. Campbell, 152-Mike Migliaccio, Tates Creek, 160-Curt Zinga, Campbell Co., 171-Thomas 
Sanders, Fairdale, 189-Ron Robinson, Eastern, HWY-Danny Davis, Fort Knox (not present). 

* See Page Twelve for complete list of individual weight class place winners. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



MARCH, 1990 



VOL. LI, NO. 8 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3, 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080. 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling; Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1 988-1 992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1 987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller 
(1986-1990) Louisville, Marvin Moore(1988-1992)Morehead, 
Jack Portw/ood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1 993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1 989-1 992) Molus, Liz Trabandt 
(1 988- 1 991 ) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Ley. Frankfort. 



o 



STATE SOCCER 
COMMITTEE MEETING 

January 26, 1990 



The State Soccer Committee met in the KHSAA office at 
1 0:00 AM on January 26, 1 990. Members present were: Rick 
Kazee. Jeff Lindon, Steve Son, Roy Wilder, John Hannon, Cy 
Tucker, Sarah Weaver, Brother Charles Cully. The meeting 
was chaired by Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout. 

Mr. Stout introduced the Committee members to Mr. Jack 
Wise; Mr. Wise will be representing regions 9-1 2 as one of the 
Sectional Directors who will be working with the local 
associations and the Policy Boards in each of the four 
regions. 

Mr. Stout informed the Committee that the KHSAA will 
mandate clinic attendance for all coaches and officials 
beginning with the 1 990 soccer season. A working school for 
officials will be required for all officials by the summer of 1991. 
Every official must attend the first year; those officials who 
have attained the rating of certification will be required to 
attend every two years. The soccer committee has been 
asked to search for a person(s) that would be qualified to 
instruct the training school for officials. 

The soccer clinic dates for 1 990 have been set as follows: 



Aug. 11 - Madisonville-N. Hopkins H.S. 
Aug. 13 - Louisville Trinity H.S. 
Aug. 14 - Elizabethtown H.S. 
Aug. 15 - Covington Holmes H.S. 
Aug. 16 - Lexington Lafayette H.S. 
Aug. 17 - Ashland Paul Blazer H.S. 



11:00 AM 
7:00 PM 
7:00 PM 
7:00 PM 
7:00 PM 
7:00 PM 



The clinics will be conducted by Ms. Sara Weaver. She will 
be assisted by one of our soccer officials, (to be named at later 
date) 

The committee recommended the following fees schedule 
for soccer officials: 



$25.00/man for 3 man crew; 



DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 
$35.00/ man - 2 man crew. 

REGIONAL TOURNAMENT - $30.00/man for 3 man crew (all 
regionals will be required to use the 3 man system). 

SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT - $40.00/man for 3 man crew 
(all sectional tournaments will be required to use the 3 man 
system). The motion to adopt the above schedule was made 
by Rick Kazee, seconded by Jeff Lindon, and passed 
unanimously. 

The committee requested that the starting date of July 15, 
1990 for soccer be listed in the minutes. 

The committee has asked the KHSAA to survey the soccer 
schools to determine the overtime rules for the regular 
season. The survey should contain the recommendation of 
the committee that in case of a tie in the regular season, the 
teams shall progress directly to penalty kicks. In invitational 
tournament play during the regular season, the Federation 
tournamen progression rules will be followed. This 
recommendation in the form of a motion was made by John 
Hannon, seconded by Jeff Lindon, passed unanimously. 

Rules and Regulations: Recommended by the committee for 
Board of Control consideration: 

IV-A "Shall read: The district meetings shall be held no later 
than the last Sunday prior to the district tournament." 

V - "Shall read: A school may enter an unlimited number of 
players in uniform in the district regional, or state tournament 
with reimbursement for only twenty-four (24) players. 

In the tournament information that goes out soliciting 
sitesfor tournament play, the committee recommended that 
the sites meet minimum requirements as set by the National 
Federation. 

Cy Tucker shared a letter written by Alex Chater of Afherton 
High School regarding the limitation of season rule. 

Jeff Lindon made a motion, second by Rick Kazee, that the 
1990 state finals be held at Woodford County High School. 
The motion passed unanimously. Brother Cully moved, 
seconded by Sarah Weaver, that the committee look at 
Western Kentucky University as a possible site for future state 
tournaments. The motion passed unanimously. 

Meeting adjourned at 2:00 P.M. 



Coming In The 
April "Athlete" . . 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
RESULTS IN 

Boys & Girls Basketball 

and Winners in the 

Fifth Annual 

Sweet Sixteen Showcase 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



PAGE THREE 



STATE WRESTLING RESULTS - 1990 
TEAM STANDINGS 

1. Campbell County 158 23 Waggener 22 

2. Trinity 136 24 East Hardin 20 

3 Woodford County 91 .5 Harrison County 20 

4 Hopkinsville 86 Kentucky School f/t Blind 20 

5 Christian County 77 Lafayette 20 

6 Conner 70 28 Pleasure Ridge Park 19 

7 Fort Campbell 67.5 29 Dixie Heiahts 15 


8 Simon Kenton 

9 Johnson Central 


. . 56 Frankfort . . 
. . 55 31 Kentucky Cou 
. 54 5 Scott 


15 

ntry Day 12 


10 Fort Knox 


19 


1 1 Eastern 

12 Sheldon Clark 

13 Fairdale 


. 46.5 33 Seneca 9 

. . 46 34 Franklin County 6 

. 41 5 West Hardin 6 


14 St. Xavier 

1 5 Boone County 

Tates Creek 

17 Caldwell County 

Western 

19 Doss 


. . 41 36 Union County 
. . 40 37 Henry Clay . 
. . 40 North Hardin 

. . 25 39 Central 

. . 25 40 Moore 

. . 24 South Oldhanr 


5 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 


Fern Creek 24 Wayne County 1 

Jeffersontown 24 Webster County 1 

22 Danville 23 

Shawnee, Oldham County, and Atherton did not score. 




MOST VALUABLE WRESTLER 








P 






152 lb. Mike Migliaccio 
Tates Creek 





PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Swimming and Diving Championships 

Lancaster Aquatic Center 

University of Kentucky 

MARCH 2 - 3, 1990 





GIRLS' 


FINAL RESULTS 






































w 


























1- 


























z 
























> !!! 






■occ 

'J 


"2- 




> 0) 


w O) 

0) c 


■a >, 

> 0) 


T3 01 




"2 2 
> j2 


"2 — 


o 

0. 

-1 
< 


Team 


°l 


°l 




Si 


a) > 




°^ 


S2! 

lOU. 


o o 


§1 
^ m 


gS! 


1- 
o 

1- 



1. 


Henry Clay 




2. 


Elizabethtown 




3. 


Notre Dame Academy 




4. 


Sacred Heart Academ 


/ 


5. 


Beechwood 




6. 


Bowling Green 




7. 


Eastern 




8. 


Paul Blazer 




9. 


Model 




10. 


Tates Creek 




11. 


Daviess County 




12. 


Danville 




13, 


Taylor County 




14. 


Male 




15. 


Brown 


(tie) 


16. 


Lafayette 


(tie) 


17. 


Conner 




18. 


Ballard 


(tie) 


19. 


Scott 


(tie) 


20. 


Hopkinsvllle 




21. 


Villa Madonna Academy 


22 


Dixie Heights 




23. 


Highlands 




24 


Ohio County 




25 


Bryan Station 





5 21 


7 


26 


3 28 


11 


22 


3 


5 


20 




13 


32 


1 


2 


18 


), 9 


5 


14 
4 


7 




8 
6 




10 


2 


4 






5 
P. 


12 
3 


10 



176. 
156. 
145. 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Record: Sacred Hear! Academy 



6 Bowling Green iBGl 



#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

1: Peggy Meagher. Sacred Heart Academy 



Talor I 



I (BEE) 



2 Slephan.e Uvers (ET) 

3 Tamie Mueller |DAV) 

4 Teresa Jump (NDA) . 

5 Ginger CasllelPBi . 

6 Cindy Roberls(ET) . 



#3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Record: Dorsey Tierney, Sacred Heart Academy 
2 03 78 1987 

1 Megan Khene iHC) 2 

2 Jenniler Brooks (HCl 2 

3 Shaena YulelSHA) 2 

■1 Holly Evans (ET| 2 

5 Diana Roberts (ET) 2 

6 Slephanie Musk (NDA) 2 



#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Leigh Ann Fetler. Sacred Heart Academy 
23.58 1987 

1 Kerry FraasiMODl 24 00 

2 Paige Bendel (BEE) 24 02 

3 Heather Franklin (BGl 25 47 

4 Susan Buchino (BAD 25 77 

5 France Neubacher (NDA) 25 81 

6 Mary Rascoe (BG) 26 11 



GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 

#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

Record: Laura Profumo. Sacred Heart Academy 
481 10 1987 

1 Heather Pollard (SNA) 374 85 

2 Noel Pieralt (LAP) 367 20 

3 Carne Waldeyer (SHA) 358 75 

4 Karin KocherllSHA) 358 25 

5 Wh.tney ArnellelMLE) 343 80 

6 Becky Ruehl (VMAi 328 80 

#6-100 Yard Butterfly 

Record: Mary T. Meagher, Sacred Heart Academy 

55.772 19B1 

Talof Bendel (BEE) 56 07 

2 Laura Humphrey (DAN) 59 36 

3 Jena Ramsey (HC) 59 64 

4 Holly Evans (ET) 59 95 

5 Jennifer Slapikas (SHA) 100 79 

6 Shanon Berger (SCT) 1 01 35 

#7-100 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Leigh Ann Feller, Sacred Heart Academy 
51 78 19B7 

1 Paige Bendel (BEE) 52 50 

2 Kerry Fraas (MOD) 5341 

3 Jennifer Brooks (HCI 54 52 

4 Jaime Mueller (DAV) 54 70 

5 Teresa Jump (NDA) 54 97 

6 Holly Coppinger (HG) 57 28 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Kara McGrath. Sacred Heart Academy 
4:57.19 1983 

1 Stephanie Livers (ET) 5 03 98 

2 Laura Humphrey (DAN) 5 05 54 

3 Karen Bresser (NDA) 5 06 85 

4 Stephanie Musk (NDA) 5 14.07 

5 Holl.s Bulleil (HC) 5 1982 

6 Colleen Ross (EST) 5 27 09 



#9 - 100 Yard Backstroke 

Record: Jill Bakehorn, Tales Creek 



1 Karen Bresser (NDA) . 

2 Caroline Powell (HC) . 

3 Marcte Dressman (NDA) 



1 01 38 
1 02 23 
1 03.37 
103 40 
103 56 
1 04 78 



#10- 100 Yard Breastroke 



Record: Dorsey Tierney. Sacred Heart Academy 
1:03.43 1987 

1 Megan Kliene(HC) 

2 Michele Schroder (BEE) 

3 Jenny Becker (CON) 

4 Aly Boehmer{NDA) 

5 Jenny Allen (TAY) 

Erin Gorman (NDA) 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Record: Sacred Heart Academy 
3:34-23 1987 
I Beectiwood(BEE) 3 



Henry Clay (HC) 3 4174 

Notre Dame Academy 3 42.82 

Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) 3:5147 

Bowling Green (BG) 3 55 21 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



PAGE FIVE 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Swimming and Diving Championships 

Lancaster Aquatic Center 

University of Kentucky 

MARCH 2 - 3, 1990 





BOYS' 


FINAL RESULTS 




































>. 


1- 


Team 


xsoc 

g| 


T3 » 

Sir 
§2! 

CMU. 


H 


■D >, 

(5 tn 


0) c 

5q 


i-CO 


ra ^ 

T-U. 


T3« 

1^ 


0) 

■a o 


o 

i-OQ 


0) 


z 
o 

a. 

< 
1- 
O 

1- 



1. 


Saint Xavier 


2. 


Elizabethtown 


3. 


Henry Clay 


4. 


Tates Creek 


5. 


Lafayette 


6, 


Covington Catholic 


7. 


Bowling Green 


8 


Model 


9. 


Manual 





Male 


1. 


Shelby County 


2, 


Henderson County 


3. 


Atherton 


4. 


Ballard 


5. 


Waggener 


6, 


Bourbond County 


7. 


Conner 


8^ 


Daviess County 


9. 


Hopkinsville 


0. 


Paul Blazer 


1 


Covington Latin 


2. 


Campbellsville (tie) 


2. 


Scott (tie) 


4. 


Sayre 


5. 


North Hardin 


6, 


Woodford County 


7. 


Beechwood 


8. 


Eastern (tie) 


9. 


Highlands (tie) 





Lexington Catholic 



12 


12 


3. 


11 


24 


I 16 


7 


9 


7 


20 


?. 10 


2 






32 


3 2 


3 
13 


17. 


3 


14 
10 


5 




13. 




22 


3 
I 

i. 
3. 


9 
16 

4 
11 
10 


12. 


4 
12 

13 
10 


18 
2 


9 

1 








8 
4 


7 
t. 




5. 
2. 

1. 


5 
2 


6 



TOTAL 

222. 
128. 

104. 
87. 



#1 - 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Record: Elizabethtown 
1:40.39 1989 

Sainl Xavier (STX) 

' Latayene (LAP] 

1 Henry Clay (HCl 

I Elizabethtown (ET| 

I Shelby County (SHCl 14 

i Bowling Green (BGl i 4 

#2 - 200 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Scott Ryan, Covington Calholic 



1:40.5 



1987 



David Bre 



r(CC| 



1 38.01 ■ 
1 45 24 
1 45 54 



! Scott Hunt (BAD 

I Kevin Petfv (ET) , 

I Chad Cummms (MAN) , 

I. Derek Linstruth (CON} , 

i Josh Bloomfield (HC) , 

#3 - 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Record: Jamie Barnett, Male 

1:55.494 1982 

1 Chns John (STX) 157 84 



2 Sieve Barry (MLE) 2: 



1 Palnck Surr 



v(ET| 
e(CC) 



; Tommy Slabaugh (HC) 2: 

i William Cummins (ATH) 

#4 - 50 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Rodger McAlister, Eastern 
21:34 1989 

Ben Graves ITC) 2l 72 

! Josh Henderson (STX) 21.91 

1 D.J Cyganiev^icz (ET) 22 28 

I Jonathan Lovell (SOU) 22.30 

J. Brad Rudolph (BG) 22.33 

i Mike Collins (WAG) 22 57 



BOYS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 

#5 - 1 Meter Diving 

Record: Dan Watson, Russell 
501.95 1981 

1 John Proctor (STX) 365.35 

2 Ron Luebbe (CL) 308.75 

3 Greg Leal (TO) 305.75 

4 Ian HersheyiSAY) 281 85 

5 Jason Gager (HEN) 265 40 

6 Carey Covington (HOP) 265.20 

#6- 100 Yard Butterfly 

Record: Bruce Dorman. Kentucky Country Day 
51.13 1981 

1 Reid Brown (STXj 5176 

2 Mike Collins (WAG) 52 12 

3 Chan Ferguson (PB) 54 00 

4 Joe Bill Ashby (SHC) 54 13 

5 Patrick Summe (CC) 54.33 

6 Keith Meadow (MAN) 54 85 

#7- 100 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Malt Oressman, Covington Catholic 
46.22 1963 

1 Josh Bloomfield (HC) 47 67 

2 Josh Henderson (STX) 49 02 

3 D.J Cyganiewicz(ET) 4918 

4 Josh Hamilton (STX) 49.29 

5 Ben Graves (TO) 49.52 

6 Brian Keller (DAV) 50 28 

#8 - 500 Yard Freestyle 

Record: Scott Ryan, Covington Cattiolic 

4:29.67 1987 

1 Chad Cummins (MAN) 4 42 18 

2. David Bresser (CO 4:42.39 

3. Kevin Petry (ET) 4 42.85 

4 Scon Hunt (BAL) 4.47 37 

5 Derek Linstruth (CON) 4:47 85 

6 Paul Sirek (MOD) 4 57 04 



#9- 100 Yard Backstroke 

Record: Tony Siebel. Sainl Xavier 
52.50 1986 

Chris John (STX) 52.53 

Jonathan Coombs (BG) 57.13 

Keith Meador (MAN) 57 15 

Blame Hubbuch (STXi 58 07 

. Logan Weiler (LAP) 58.75 

. Clint Barnetle (HC) 59.50 

#10-100 Yard Breaststroke 

Record: Brian Summe, Covington Catholic 
59:55 1984 

Jetl Oflutt (STX) 100 49 

. Eric Humble (ATH) 1.0105 

Joe Bill Ashby (SHC) 101.95 

Jeremy McGrew (ET) 102.16 

Jonathan Lovell (BOU) 102.43 

Chan Pergusan (PB) DO 

#11 - 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

Record: Hopkinsville 
3:14.74 1987 

Tates Creek (TC) 3 19.56 

' Saint Xavier (STX) 3 2141 

1 Elizabethtown (ET) 3:22 56 

I Bowling Green (BG) 3.22 89 

< Henry Clay (HC) 3:26.76 

i. Model (MOD) 3:27.77 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



1990 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1990 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



MURRAY - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Central City, Christian County, Crittenden County, 
Fort Campbell. Greenville, Henderson County. Hickman 
County, Hopkmsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County. Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray. Ohio County. Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St, Mary, Union County, Webster County, 
West Hopkins. 

BOWLING GREEN - Allen County, Apollo. Barren County. 
Bowling Green. Butler County. Caverna, Clinton County, 
Daviess County, Franklin-Simpson. Glasgow. Hart County. 
Monroe County, Owensboro, Russellville. Warren Central. 

LOUISVILLE - Atherton, Assumption. Ballard, Butler, Central. 
Christian Academy, Doss. duPont Manual. Eastern, Evangel, 
Holy Cross. Holy Rosary, Iroquois. Kentucky Country Day. 
Louisville Collegiate. Male, Mercy. Pleasure Ridge Park. 
Portland Christian, Sacred Heart. Shawnee, Southern, 
Southwest Christian. St, Francis. Valley, Waggener, Walden, 
Western 

ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair County. Bardstown. Bethlehem, 
Boyle County. Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central. Bullitt 
East. Campbellsville. Danville. East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Knox, Green County, Hancock County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin. Taylor County, 
Washington County, West Hardin. 

OWEN COUNTY - Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll 
County, Conner. Dayton, Dixie Heights. Eminence, Highlands. 
Holmes. Holy Cross. Oldham County. Owen County, Notre 
Dame. Scott, Silver Grove, Simon Kenton, Trimble County. 
Villa Madonna. Williamstown. 

WOODFORD COUNTY - Bracken County. Bryan Station, 
Frankfort. Franklin County, Harrodsburg, Henry Clay. 
Jessamine County. Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
County, Scott County, Shelby County, Tates Creek. Western 
Hills. Woodford County. 

RICHMOND - Belfry. Berea. Casey County. Cawood. Corbin. 
Cumberland. Estill County. Garrard County. George Rogers 
Clark. Harlan. Jenkins. Knox Central. Laurel County, Lee 
County. Lincoln County, McCreary Central, Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, tvlodel, Monticello, Pineville. Pulaski 
County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne County. Whiteburg, 

MOREHEAD - Boyd County, Fleming County, Harrison 
County. Hazard. Johnson Central, McDowell, Mason County, 
Maysville, Montgomery County. Nicholas County, Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Powell County, Prestonsburg, 
Raceland, Rowan County, St, Patrick. 




CAMPBELL COUNTY - Bellevue. Bishop Brossart. Campbell 
County, Dayton, Fleming County. Grant County. Highlands, 
Lewis County, Mason County. Maysville, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Pendleton County. St. Patrick. Silver Grove, 
Williamstown. 

FRANKFORT - Bourbon County, Bracken County, Bryan 
Station, Eminence, Frankfort, Franklin County, George 
Rogers Clark, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Henry County, 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Nicholas 
County, Oldham County, Pans, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby 
County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County, 

WASHINGTON COUNTY - Adair County, Anderson County. 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Burgin, Campbellsville, 
Casey County. Danville, Garrard County, Green County, 
Harrodsburg, Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Marion 
County, Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County. 
Taylor County. Washington County. 

SOMERSET - Berea, Bell County. Cawood, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Harlan, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lee County, McCreary County, Madison Central, 
Madison Southern, Middlesboro, Model. Monticello. Oneida 
Baptist Institute, Pineville, Pulaski County, Somerset, Wayne 
County, Whitley County, 

PAINTSVILLE - Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd 
County, East Carter, Fairview, Hazard, Greenup County, 
Elkhorn City, Jenkins. Johnson Central. June Buchanan, 
Knott County Central, Lawrence County, McDowell, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Phelps, Pikeville, Powell County, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rose Hill, Rowan County, Russell, 
Sheldon Clark, Whitesburg. 

PRINCETON - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, 
Fulton, Fulton County, Graves County, Hickman County, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, 
Todd County Central, University Heights. 

OWENSBORO - Apollo. Breckinridge County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson 
County, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade 
County, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, 
Providence, South Hopkins, Union County, Webster County, 
West Hopkins. 

BOWLING GREEN - Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Clinton County, Edmonson 
County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Grayson County, Hart 
County, LaRue County, Monroe County, Russellville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

WEST JEFFERSON - Beth Haven, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, 
Butler, Central, DeSales, Doss, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Evangel, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, Ninth & O, North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Pleasure Ridge Park, Portland Christian, 
Shawnee, Southern, Southwest Christian, Valley, Western, 
West Hardin. 

EAST JEFFERSON - Atherton, Ballard, Chnstian Academy, 
duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Moore, St 
Francis, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

COVINGTON - Beechwood, Boone County, Carroll County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin. Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Owen 
County, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton. Trimble County, 
Walton -Verona. 



From The Commissioner's Office dOTKI ® (^i@?( 



APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE 1990 U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

Applications are now available for the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival Regional Trials, and the 
1990 USA National Team trials for women's basketball. The applications may be copied and 
distributed, but please make sure that nothing is omitted. The instructions on the applications 
should be self-explanatory, and are available by calling (719)632-7687. 

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO HOLD OFF ON SCHEDULES 

Due to the fact that there is the potential for a significant realignment in football, football 
playing schools are encouraged not to sign contracts which call for games beyond the 1990 
season. The starting date will change in 1991, as well as the district alignment changes, and 
until this alignment is finalized, probably in the early spring, it would be advisable to hold off 
from finalizing schedules and contracts. A meeting to further discuss the alignment will be 
held on Wednesday, April 18 in the offices in Lexington. 

It was felt by the Board of Control that to try and address this issue during one of the state 
tournaments would force the Association to do a "rush" job as it pertains to the input from the 
member schools. Therefore a meeting will be held at the Association offices on April 18, with 
Class A schools addressing the alignment from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.; Glass AA from 10:15 a.m. 
to 11:45 a.m.; Class AAA from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. and Class AAA from 3:15 to 4:45 p.m. 
Representatives wishing to speak to the alignment should notify the office in advance, as we 
will try to maintain an orderly meeting. 

SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUMS 

The first part of the schedule has been announced for the Medical Symposiums which are a 
bi-annual requirement for coaches in all sports. The following dates and sites have been 
sanctioned - June 2, Elizabethtown Surgical Center; June 9, 1990, University of Louisville; 
June 16, University of Kentucky; June 16, Eastern Kentucky University; June 22, Madisonville; 
June 23, Paintsville; June 30, Murray, Murray-Calloway County Hospital; and July 20 and 21, 
Northern Kentucky University . Further details will be mailed to each school, and will be listed 
in an upcoming issue of this magazine. 

GREEN RIVER TO SPONSOR SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT 

The Green River Umpires Association will be sponsoring a softbali tournament this spring. 
Please contact Ken Edwards, 111 London Road, Campbellsville, (502)465-3195 for further 
information. 

OHIO STATE AGAIN TO SPONSOR ATHLETIC TRAINING WORKSHOP 

O.S.U. in Columbus, OH, is sponsoring an athletic training camp, June 17-22, 1990. For 
further information, contact Linda W. Daniel, Workshop Director, (614)292-7860. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The 1989-90 and 1990-91 A.C.T. test schedule is as follows: 
TEST DATE REG. DEADLINE LATE DEADLINE 

04/ 7/90 03/ 9/90 03/26/90 

06/9/90 05/11/90 05/25/90 

10/27/90 09/28/90 10/15/90 

12/8/90 11/9/90 11/26/90 

02/9/91 01/11/91 01/28/91 

04/13/91 03/15/91 04/1/91 

06/8/91 05/10/91 05/24/91 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Many schools are working on 1990 football schedules. With this in mind, please submit 

your open dates to this office so that we may again compile a list to assist you in scheduling. 

Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a 

contact name and daytime phone number. The following dates have been submitted -- 

August 17 or 18 - Boone County, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school, (606)283- 
2795. Boyd County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. Madison 
Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Tates Creek, Contact Coach Joe 
Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 

August 24 or 25 - Madison Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. 
Raceland, Contact Coach Bill Ross at (606)836-8221. Tates Creek, Contact Coach Joe 
Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 

August 31 or September 1 - Cairo (IL) High School, Contact Bob Conroy, A.D., (618)734- 
2187, Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, Fairdale, 
August 31 in 1990. Contact Coach Mike Fletcher, (502)473-8248. Madison Central, 
Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Mt. Healthy, in Cincinnati, has approximately 
525 boys in the top three grades. Contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. Pinevllle, Contact 
Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact 
Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

September 7 or 8 - Boyd County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. 
Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. Fleming-Neon, 
Contact David Jones (606)855-7597. Lincoln County, Contact Coach Larry Phillips 
(606)365-9111. Mt. Healthy, in Cincinnati, has approximately 525 boys in the top three 
grades. Contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. Perry Central, Indiana, Contact Jim Hohit, 
A.D. at (317)882-4229. Stubenville, in Stubenville, Ohio, Contact the Athletic Director, Reno 
Saccoccia, at (614)283-11 71. Withrow, in Cincinnati, Ohio, Contact Dale Mueller, Football 
Coach at (513)533-5733. 

September 14 or 15 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high 
school. Stebbins, in Dayton, Contact the Athletic Director at (513)237-4260. 

September 21 or 22 - Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Small schools only, need call School, 
(606)236-5132, or (606)236-9473, contact A.D. Paul Smiley at either of these phone 
numbers. Portsmouth East, in Portsmouth, Contact John Little, (614)776-3278. 

September 28 or 29 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high 
school, Central Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
Pineville, Contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. Wheelersburg, in 
Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

October 5 and 6 - Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, 
Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. Portsmouth West, Contact 
Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858-6669. 

October 12 and 13 - Marion County, Contact Sam Simpson, (502)692-6066. 

October 19 and 20 - Bardstown High School, Contact Coach Garnis Martin at (502)348- 
1673, Central Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
Portsmouth, in Portsmouth, Ohio, Contact Jim Branham, Athletic Director at (614)354- 
2500. Rock Hill in Ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students), Contact Chris Lester, 
Athletic Director at (614)533-3417. 

October 26 and 27 - Oldham County, Contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222- 
9775. Sweetwater, in Sweetwater, TN. Approximately 450 students. Contact Bill Dupes, 
(615)337-3037. 

November 2 and 3 - Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417, 
Madlsonville, Contact A.D. J.E. Barlow, (502)825-6017. Fleming-Neon, Contact David 
Jones (606)855-7597. Owensboro, Contact Jack Hicks, Athletic Director at (502)686-1016. 



IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contest 
for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one 
game. 

It also should be noted that officials who disqualify participants, and then do not report that 
disqualification to the Association office in a timely manner may face suspension from 
officiating!! 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a 
representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1 ) Be sure you receive 
a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact this office in writing to request 
reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the suspension. You will 
be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are reminded to 
use an ink pen and to press hard as the third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in 
game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance policy insofar as 
practice is concerned unless you are otherwise notified. 

FROM THE GALLERY 

One of our member school coaches sent in the following brief poem which was written by a 
participant on the girls' basketball team at the school. It perhaps addresses from the 
"forgotten" perspective, that of the student athlete, what high school competition is all 
about. 
It's round and orange, it's passed and caught 

Down the court, the goal is sought. 
We run, we fake, we call the plays, 

We shoot the ball in different ways. 
We take our time when in the lead. 

We quicken pace for points we need. 
It's all a game, and though we try 

Those games we want, sometimes pass by. 
Not all is lost, keep up your chin, 

In the end, what do we win? 
It's quite important to succeed. 

But there are things we much more need. 
What about the fun we share. 

Up in the stands, braiding hair. 
In locker rooms, the things we say. 

Will be remembered for laughs one day. 
And even deeper that what it seems, 

Is what being part of a big group means. 
It builds one's character, it makes them whole, 

It gives them courage, it strengthens the soul. 
It gives a purpose, and reason for play, 

By feeding the ego in a positive way. 
The friendships lost and friendships made, 

Is all a part of the price we paid. 
To come and build our self esteem, 

By being a member of the girls' basketball team. 
Sherri Rauh, Bellevue High School 



"THE WILL TO WIN" 

The arena may just be a backyard, Up for grabs 

is not the world's championship, just bragging rights 

to who's best on the block. 

It's not a venue worthy of legendary prose, 

but it's a place where legends often begin. 

But form such beginnings, the taste of victory is first savored: 

That insatiable taste that instills the desire to be the best. 

It's more than all those sports page cliches' f extra effort, and 110% 

The will to win is a work ethic. 

A dedication. 

A commitment to never giving up. 

Find these traits in an athlete, and you'll find an athlete who's the first one at practice ... and 

the last one to leave. 
An athlete who toils ... away from the spotlight, perfecting those little nuances that can later 

make all the difference. 

Though the odds are long of ever achieving fame and glory, 

this serves as little deterrent to this athlete. 

Because even when he or she faces others with more natural talent, 

they don't let it affect their own style of play. 

This athlete persists when others quit... 

and that makes every victory, no matter how small, sweet. 

Sweet payment beyond measure for every drop of sweat spent. 

And long after one's athletic skills are eroded by time, 

the commitment stays within '• 

to face life's professional and personal challenges. 

These are the ultimate games. 

-- from Wilson Sporting Goods 



REMINDER TO SCHOOLS CONCERNING LIMITATION OF SEASONS 

All schools are reminded of the Limitation of Seasons Rules, K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, as it 
applies to competition after the conclusion of the regular season. ALL SPORTS are affected 
by this rule, which states that following the teams' last regular season match, there shall be no 
further practice or play as a team for the remainder of the school year, with the exception of 
the K.H.S.A.A. tournament. Please be sure your coaches are aware of this important rule, 
and that they are not involved in coaching the team in an outside league, or other 
competition. For the high school coach, be they the Head Coach or an assistant coach, to 
coach members of the high school team in a league outside of the school's legal regular 
season competition, regardless of the type of league, would be a violation of the rules 
governing the Limitation of Seasons. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



PAGE SEVEN 



1990 REGIONAL GOLF MANAGERS 



BOYS' REGIONAL MANAGERS 
Princeton - Al Girodano, Caldwell County High School, Route 
1, Box 1378, Princeton, KY 42445, 502-365-3531 

Owensboro - Ron Peyton, Owensboro High School, 1800 
Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301, 502-684-7221 

Bowling Green - Danny Spillman, Bowling Green High 
School. 1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green, KY 42101, 
502-842-1674 

Frankfort - Joe Rogers, Western Hills High School, 100 
Doctors Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, 502-875-2900 

Washington County - Bill Frost, Washington County High 
School, Lincoln Park Road, Springfield, KY 40069, 
606-336-3996 

West Jefferson - Joe Freshley, Valley High School, 10200 
Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40272, 502-473-8339 

East Jefferson - Marty Donlon, St. Xavier High School, 1609 
Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217, 502-636-2525, 
502-637-4712 

Covington - Rick Hornsby, Covington Catholic High School, 
1 600 Dixie Highway, Covington, KY 41 01 1 , 606-431 -5351 

Campbell County - Bill Detzel, Highlands High School, 2400 
Memorial Parkway, Fort Thomas, KY 41 075, 606-781 -3333 

Somerset - Jeff Littrell, Somerset High School. College Street, 
Somerset, KY 42501. 606-678-4721 

Paintsville - Walter Brugh. Paintsville High School. P.O. Box 
152, Paintsville, KY 41240, 606-789-3881 

* STATE TOURNAMENT MANAGER - John Hacketl, 830 
McCullum Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, 502-765-4240 

* COORDINATOR - Larry Schmidt, Kentucky Golf 
Association, P.O. Box 20146, Louisville. KY 40220 



GIRLS' MANAGERS 

Murray - Judy Muehleman, Murray High School, 501 Doran 
Road, Murray, KY 42445, 502-753-5202 

Bowling Green - John Strode, Bowling Green High School, 
1801 Rockingham Lane. Bowling Green. KY 42101. 
502-842-1674 

Louisville - Raymond Kuhn. Ballard High School, 6000 
Brownsboro Road, Louisville. KY 40222. 502-895-0567 

Elizabethtown - Pat Wise. Elizabethtown High School. 620 
North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, 
502-769-3381 

Woodford County - Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville. KY 40356. 606-887-2421 

Owen County - Gran Mefford. Owen County High School. 
Route 4, Owenton, KY 40359, 502-484-5509 

Richmond - Sue Tussey, Madison Central High School. 705 
North Second Street, Richmond. KY 40475. 606-623-1530 

Morehead - Marty Feltner. Montgomery County High School. 
724 Woodford Drive. Mt. Sterling. KY 40353. 606-498-2250 

* STATE MANAGER - Lou Brown, Jessamine County High 
School, Route 4, Nicholasville, KY 40356, 606-887-2421 
(school), 606-885-3952 (home) 




o 



1990 REGIONAL TENNIS MANAGERS - BOYS AND GIRLS 



Bowling Green (Boys & Girls) • Doug Lehring, Bowling Green 
High School, 1801 Rockingham Lane, Bowling Green, KY 
42101, 502-842-1674/842-2033 

Henderson County (Boys & Girls) - Nonnie Hopper, North 
Junior High School, 1707 Second Street, Henderson, KY 
42420, 502-826-7280/826-7737 

Elizabethtown (Boys & Girls) - David Rogers, Morningslde 
Elementary School, Morningslde Drive, Elizabethtown, KY 
42701, 502-769-3359/737-4658 

East Jefferson (Boys & Girls) - Bob Roos, Ballard High 
School, 6000 Brownsboro Road, Louisville. KY 40222, 
502-473-8206/425-7687 

Central Jefferson (Girls) - Jim Schum. Louisville Collegiate, 
2427 Glenmary Drive, Box 4369, Louisville, KY 40204, 
502-451-5330/426-5001 

Central Jefferson (Boys) - Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier High 
School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217, 
502-637-4712/459-6586 

Paris (Boys & Girls) - Wilson Sears, Bourbon County High 
School, 3343 Lexington Road, Paris, KY 40361 , 606-987-2550 



West Jefferson (Boys & Girls) - Kevin Salyer, Doss High 
School, 7601 St. Andrews Church Road, Louisville, KY4021 4, 
502/473-8239/363-3958 

Murray (Boys & Girls) - Larry J. Heflin, 8145 Houser Road, 
Boaz, Kentucky 43037, 502-554-1820/554-5852 

Lexington (Boys & Girls) - Bill Goodan, Henry Clay High 
School, 2100 Fontaine Road, Lexington, KY 40502, 
606-269-3376 

Northern Kentucky (Boys & Girls) - Red Bartlett/Tom 
Wischer, 44 East Ridge Road, Newport, KY 41071, 
606-291-6520 

Barbourville (Boys & Girls) - Bob Duricko, 201 Grayson 
Street, Barbourville, KY 40906, 606-546-8556/546-4459 

Ashland (Boys & Girls) - Mary Robinson, Russell High 
School, 709 Red Devil Lane, Russell, KY 41169. 
606-836-9658/836-4330 

Richmond (Boys & Girls) - Jerry Johns, Box 308. Somerset. 
KY 42501, 606-678-5610 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



1990 GIRLS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 



Murray - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County. Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield. Murray, Paducah Tilghman. Providence, Reidland, 
St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins 

Bowling Green - Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Cumberland County, 
Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, 
Metcalfe County, Monroe County, Russellville, St. Romuald, 
Warren Central. Warren East 

Henderson County - Apollo, Central City, Daviess County, 
Greenville. Hancock County. Henderson County, McLean 
County. Madisonville-North Hopkins. Muhlenberg Central. 
Ohio County. Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic. South 
Hopkins. Union County. Webster County 

Elizabethtown - Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem. Bullitt 
East. Bullitt Central. Campbellsville. East Hardin. Elizabeth- 
town. Fort Knox. Grayson County. Green County. LaRue 
County. Marion County. Meade County. Nelson County. North 
Bullitt. North Hardin. Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County 

East Jefferson - Assumption, Ballard. Eastern. Fern Creek. 
Jeffersontown. Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca. South Oldham, Waggener. Walden 

Central Jefferson - Atherton. Central. Christian Academy. 
duPont Manual. Evangel. Louisville Collegiate. Male. Mercy 
Academy. Moore. Portland Christian. Presentation, Shawnee. 
Southwest Christian. St. Francis 



West Jefferson - Butler. Doss. Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy 
Rosary. Iroquois. Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western 

Lexington - Anderson County. Bryan Station. Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay. Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Sayre, Shelby 
County. Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County 

Rlctimond - Berea. Boyle County. Breathitt County, Danville, 
Estill County. Garrard County. George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg. Lincoln County. McCreary Central, Madison 
Central, Madison Southern, Mercer County, Model, Oneida 
Baptist Institute. Pulaski County. Rockcastle County. Russell 
County. Somerset 

Barbourville - Barbourville. Bell County. Cawood. Clay 
County. Corbin. Cumberland. Harlan. June Buchanan. Knott 
County Central. Knox Central. Laurel County, Leslie County, 
Middlesboro, Pineville, St. Camillus, Whitesburg 

Asfiland - Bath County, Belfry, Boyd County. Hazard. Johns 
Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 
Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rose 
Hill. Rowan County. Russell. Sheldon Clark 

Fort Thomas - Augusta. Beechwood. Bellevue. Boone 
County. Campbell County. Carroll County. Conner. Dayton, 
Dixie Heights, Gallatin County, Henry County, Highlands, 
Holmes. Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Central Catholic, Notre Dame, St. Henry. Scott. Simon Kenton, 
Trimble County. Villa Madonna 

Paris - Bourbon County, Deming, Harrison County, Lewis 
County, Mason County, Maysvllle, Paris, Pendleton County, 
St. Patrick. Scott County 



1990 BOYS' 
TENNIS REGIONS 



IVIurray - Ballard Memorial, Caldwell County, Calloway 
County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, Graves County, 
Heath, Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Providence, Reidland, 
St. Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins 

Bowling Green - Allen County, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Butler County, Caverna, Cumberland County, 
Franklm-Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, Logan County, 
Metcalfe County, Monroe County, Russellville, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

Henderson County - Apollo, Central City, Daviess County, 
Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, McLean 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Muhlenberg Central, 
Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, South 
Hopkins, Union County, Webster County 

Elizabetfitown - Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt 
East, Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town. Fort Knox. Grayson County, Green County, LaRue 
County, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North 
Bullitt, North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County 

East Jefferson - Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Kentucky Country Day, Oldham County, Seneca, South 
Oldham, Trinity (Louisville), Waggener, Walden 

Central Jefferson - Atherton, Central. Christian Academy. 
DeSales. duPont Manual. Evangel. Louisville Collegiate. 
Male. Moore, Portland Christian, Shawnee, Southwest 
Christian, St. Francis, St. Xavier 



West Jefferson - Butler, Doss. Fairdale, Holy Cross, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest Christian, Valley, 
Western 

Lexington - Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County. Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Montgomery County, Sayre, Shelby 
County, Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County 

Richmond - Berea, Boyle County, Breathitt County, Danville, 
Estill County, Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrodsburg. Lincoln County. Madison Central, Madison 
Southern. Mercer County. Model. Pulaski County. Rockcastle 
County. Russell County. Somerset 

Barbourville - Barbourville, Bell County, Cawood, Clay 
County, Corbin, Cumberland, Harlan, June Buchanan, Knott 
County Central, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, 
Middlesboro, Oneida, Pineville, St. Camillus, Whitesburg 

Ashland - Bath County, Belfry, Boyd County, Buckhorn, East 
Carter, Hazard, Johns Creek, Lawrence County, McDowell, 
Magoffin County, Morgan County, Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Prestonsburg. Rose Hill. Rowan County. Russell, Sheldon 
Clark 

Fort Thomas - Augusta, Beechwood. Bellevue, Boone 
County. Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner. Covington 
Catholic, Covington Latin, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Central Catholic, St. Henry, 
Simon Kenton, Trimble County 

Paris - Bourbon County, Deming, Harrison County, Lewis 
County, Mason County, Maysvllle, Paris, Pendleton County, 
St Patrick, Scott County 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



PAGE NINE 




ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 



The State High School Track Meet all 
classes will be held on Saturday, May 26, 
1990, at the University of Kentucky 
Sports Center in Lexington. The State 
Manager is John Gettler. 

1990 Track & Field Regional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 

CLASS A 

1. Paducah Tilghman High School - Lyman Brown, P.O 
Box 2550, Paducah 42001, 502/444-5627, 443-4879 

2. Providence/Murray State - Willis Simpson, Providence 
High School, 227 Cedar Street, Providence 42450. 
502/667-7065 

3. Campbell County - Allen Arhman, 8000 Alexandria Pike, 
Alexandria 41101, 606/635-4161; 606/635-2129 

4. Lexington - Frank Miklavcic. Frankfort High School, 328 
Shelby Street, Frankfort 40601 , 502/223-8030 

5. Kentucky Country Day - Gene Moutoux, 4100 
Springdale Road, Louisville 40222, 502/423-0440; 
228-2098 

6. Berea College - Bill Patton, Berea High School, Ellipse 
Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911, 606/986-4375 

7. Boyd County - Bob Stacey, Boyd County High School, 
12307 Midland Trail Road, Ashland 41101, 
606/928-6473 

8. Oneida Baptist Institute - Rick Coffey, Oneida. Mulberry 
Street, Box 67, Oneida 40972, 606/847-41 11, 847-461 7 

CLASS AA 

1. Paducah Tilghman - Lyman Brown, Paducah Tilghman 
High School. P.O. Box 2550, Paducah 42001. 
502/444-5627 

2. Barren County - Terry Reed. Barren County High School, 
507 Trojan Trail, Glasgow 42141, 502/651-6315, 
502/651-6552 

3. Fort Knox - Mike McCoy/Dave Shufelt, Fort Knox High 
School, 7501 Missouri St., Fort Knox 40121, 502/624- 
6647, 624-7030 

4. Fort Knox - Carl Deaton, Green County High School, 
Brummel Ave., Greensburg 42743, 502/932-7481 

5. Campbell County - Allen Arhman, Campbell County 
High School, 8000 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria 41101. 
606/635-4161. 606/635-2129 

6. Lexington- Jean Wright. 41 Timberlawn Circle. Frankfort 
40601,502/223-8030 

7. Russell/Boyd County - Alice Leigh/Jim Epiing. Russell 
Middle School. 707 Red Devil Lane. Russell 41169, 
606/836-8135,836-1052 

8. TBA - Cessie Bentley, Knott County Central High School, 
P.O. Box 819. Hindman 41822. 606/785-3166 



CLASS AAA 

Henderson County - Bob Mulcahy. Henderson County 

High School, 2424 Zion Road, Henderson 42420. 

502/827-2506 

Bullitt Central - Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central High School, 

P.O. Box 159, Shepherdsville 40165, 502/543-7021, 

451-6125 



3. Campbell County - Allen Arhman. Campbell County 
High School. 8000 Alexandria Pike. Alexandria 41001. 
606/635-4161.635-2129 

4. Moore - Gene Carroll. Moore High School. 6415 Outer 
Loop. Louisville 40228. 502/473-8304 

5. Iroquois - Mike McDaniel. Iroquois High School. 4515 
Taylor Boulevard. Louisville 40215. 502/454-8269. 
897-0976 

6. Eastern - Bro. Charles Cully. Trinity High School. 401 1 
Shelbyville Road. Louisville 40207. 502/895-6765 

7. Lexington - Jean Wright. Timberlawn Circle. #41. 
Frankfort 40601 . 502/695-2081 

8. Boyd County - Bob Stacey. Boyd County High School. 
12307 Midland Trail Road. Ashland 41101. 
606/928-6473 

1990 Track & Field Sectional Managers 
(Boys & Girls) 



Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County HS - Will Pagan. 
Daviess County High School. 4255 New Hartford Road. 
Owensboro 42301. 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Lexington/Frankfort - Frank 
Miklavcic. Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street. Frankfort 
40601. 502/223-8030 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 6, Berea College - Bill Patton, Berea 
High School, Ellipse Street, Berea 40403, 606/986-4911 
Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Clay County HS - Rick Coffey, 
Oneida Baptist Institute, Mulberry Street, Box 67. Oneida 
40972. 606/847-41 1 1 ; 606-847-461 7 



Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County HS - Will Pagan. 
Daviess County High School, 4255 New Hartford Road, 
Owensboro 42301, 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 4, Fort Knox HS - Dave Shufelt, Fort 
Knox High School, 7501 Missouri Street, Fort Knox 40121, 
502/624-6647 

Section 3: Regions 5 & 7, Boyd County - Don McReynolds, 

Paul Blazer High School, Blazer Blvd., Ashland 41101, 

606/327-2700 

Section 4: Regions 6 & 8, Lexington - Jean Wright, 41 

Timberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601. 502/695-2081 



CLASS AAA 
Section 1: Regions 1 & 2, Daviess County HS - Will Pagan. 
Daviess County High School. 4255 New Hartford Road. 
Owensboro 42301. 502/684-5285; 502/685-1091 
Section 2: Regions 3 & 6, Eastern High School - Charles 
Culley. Trinity High School. 401 1 Shelbyville Road, Louisville 
40207, 502/895-6765; 502/895-5171 

Section 3: Regions 4 & 5, St. Xavier HS - Bro. Borgia. St. 
Xavier High School. 1609 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 40217, 
502/637-4712,635-5300 

Section 4: Regions 7 & 8, Lexington /Frankfort - Jean Wright, 
#41 Timberlawn Circle. Frankfort 40601. 502/695-2081 




PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 




1990 ANNUAL MEETING 
OF THE 
® DELEGATE ASSEMBLY 



The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association will be held on 
Friday. April 20, 1990 at 11:00 a.m. at the K.H.S.A.A. Office 
Building, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. 

As provided in Article IX. Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution, the following proposals for changes in the rules 
of the Association, to be acted upon at the Annual Meeting, 
are hereby submitted to all members of the K.H.S.A.A. for their 
information. No proposals other than these may be consid- 
ered at the Annual Meeting, except by a two -thirds vote of the 
delegates 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Tom Swartz, Pikeville High School proposes that 
the following be added to By-Law 6. Transfer Rule: "Students 
who are ineligible under the provisions of this rule may not 
practice until they are ruled eligible by the Commissioner." 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Peter Flaig, Trinity High School submits the 
following proposal for consideration: PROPOSAL: To amend 
By-Law 25, Nos. 1 .(5), 2.(5), 3.(5), 4.(5), 5a.(5), 5b.(5), 6,(5). 7.(5). 
8.(5),9.(5), 10.(5), 11.(5), 12.(5). AMEND "The season ends at all 
levels of play (9- 1 2) at the conclusion of the varsity team's last 
regular season contest. . . "TO READ: "The season ends at all 
levels of play (9-12) ON THE SATURDAY PRECEEDING THE 
FIRST KM S.A.A TOURNAMENT (Distnct, Region, or State). 
PURPOSE To establish a uniform end of season forall levels 
for all schools, not dependent on an arbitrary varsity 
scheduling date. As the By-Law now stands, if the last Varsity 
game is on a Tuesday, although a game could have been 
scheduled on the following Saturday, the Freshman and 
Junior Varsity teams are not permitted to play after that last 
Varsity game. This amendment would allow the non-varsity 
teams to play up to the last date a Varsity game COULD BE 
SCHEDULED. 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal George Johns, Dayton High School proposes that 
the following changes be made in the Constitution of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. ARTICLE IV: 
ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION - Section 1. Officers 
(Be changed to read:) "The officers of the Association shall be 
a Commissioner and a Board of Control composed of twenty- 
two (22) members, at least four (4) of whom shall be black and 
two (2) of whom shall be female. 

B. BOARD OF CONTROL 

1. Members of the Board of Control shall be elected for a 
period of four (4) years by a vote of the representatives of 
member schools in each region 

2. There shall be one (1) member from each of the sixteen (16) 
Basketball Regions. 

3. In addition there shall be four (4) blacks and two (2) females 
elected (Federal Court Decree), two (2) blacks shall be 
elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 and two (2) blacks 
shall be elected to represent Regions 9 through 16. 

4. All Board of Control members shall be full-time certified 
employees of their respective Boards of Education. 

5. Notifications to the Representatives of each school in each 
REGION, in which the member is to be elected, must be made 
by the Commissioner not later than January 1, 

6. To be eligible for membership to the Board of Control, one 
must be a certified employee of an accredited K.H.S.A.A 



member school or system in the region he /she is to represent 
and must remain in that region during his/her term of office. 
Serving in a part-time capacity or on leave of absence or on 
sick leave in any of these capacities will terminate the 
eligibility of the member and the remaining members of the 
Board shall fill the vacancy within sixty (60) days in the same 
manner as that prescribed for the regular election of the 
Board Members. 

7 Nominations for membership on the Board of Control, 
signed by five (5) representatives, of their REGION, shall be in 
the hands of the Commissioner, for REGIONS that elect 
during the year, not later than midnight January 31 . 

8. Ballots for election shall be distributed by the Commissioner 
before February 15, and returned on or before March 1, 

9. Results of the election be tabulated by the Commissioner, 
announced at the meeting of the Delegate Assembly, and 
published in the May issue of the Athlete. 

10. Terms of Board Members shall be staggered so that five 
(5) or SIX (6) will be elected each year. 

1 1 . At the Organization Meeting in July, the members of the 
Board of Control shall elect from their membership a 
President and Vice-President to serve for one (1) year. They 
shall not be eligible to serve for more than two (2) one-year 
terms in succession. The Superintendent of Public Instruction 
shall designate a liaison person to meet with the Board of 
Control but to have no vote as a member of the Board of 
Control. 

* Note: At the direction of the Board of Control, the 
Commissioner has sought and obtained a legal opinion from 
counsel for the K.H.S.A.A. that the proposed increase would 
be in violation of the Federal Court decree which establishes 
minority representation. 

PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Waymond Morns, Daviess County High School, 
proposed that the following sentence be added to Article IX, 
Section 3, Referendum at the end of paragraph. 

"All votes received in a referendum shall be opened and 
counted at the same meeting." 

PROPOSAL V 

The K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control proposes that By-Law 25, 
Section 1 1 (3), Limitation of Seasons - Volleyball, be changed 
to read as follows: "The first match shall not take place prior to 
the fourth (4th) Monday in August " 



MOVING? 



1 In this space, attach on OLD address label (or, if you don't have a 
label, give us your address) 



NAME . 



STREET 
APT #_ 
STATE _ 



2 And m this space please print your NEW address 
NAME — 



STREET 
APT »» _ 
STATE _ 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



PAGE ELEVEN 



o 



District 1 

Heath 
Lone Oak 
Paducah Tiigiiman 
Reidland 
St. Mary 



District 5 

Apollo 
Daviess Co 
Owensboro 
Owensboro Cath, 
Henderson Co 



District 9 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Holy Cross 

P.R.P. 

So. W, Christian 



District 12 

Fern Creek 

Highview 

Jeffersontown 

Seneca 

Waggener 



District 15 

South Oldham 
Oldham County 
Shelby County 



District 19 

fylodel 

Madison Central 
Madison Southern 



District 24 

Conner 
Boone Co. 
St. Henry 
Lloyd Mem. 



District 28 

Montgomery 
Maysville 
Mason Co. 



1990 PROPOSED SOCCER ALIGNMENT 





REGION 1 


District 2 


District 3 


Calloway County 


Caldwell County 


Marshall County 


Madisonville 


Murray 


Univ. Heights 




REGION 2 


District 6 


District 7 


Russellville 


Bowling Green 


Warren Central 


Glasgow 


Warren East 


Greenwood 




REGION 3 


District 10 


District 11 


Central 


DeSales 


duPont Manual 


Iroquois 


Male 


Moore 


Ninth & 


Southern 


St. Xavier 


St. Francis 




REGION 4 


District 13 


District 14 


Ballard 


Atherton 


Eastern 


Christian Academy 


Kentucky Country Day 


Louisville Collegiate 


Walden 


Trinity 




REGION 5 


District 16 


District 17 


Bulliett Central 


Anderson County 


Bullitt East 


Franklin Co. 


North Bullitt 


Western Hills 


Bardstown 


Frankfort 


Nelson Co. 






REGION 6 


District 20 


District 21 


Danville 


Lafayette 


Boyle County 


Bryan Station 


Woodford Co. 


Lexington Catholic 




Henry Clay 




Sayre 




REGION 7 


District 25 


District 26 


Simon Kenton 


Campbell Co. 


Scott 


Bishop Brossart 


Pendleton Co. 


Highlands 


Dixie 


Newport Cent. Cath. 




REGION 8 


District 29 


District 30 


Clark County 


Laurel 


Menifee Co. 


Oneida 


Morgan Co. 


St. Camillus 


Powell Co. 


Somerset 




Pulaski Co. 




Rose Hill 



District 4 

Ft. Campbell 
Christian Co. 
Hopkinsville 



District 8 

Hardin Central 
Elizabethtown 
Ft. Knox 
North Hardin 
Meade Co. 




District 18 

Bourbon Co. 
Harrison Co. 
Paris 
Scott Co. 



District 27 

Cov. Catholic 
Ludlow 
Holy Cross 
Holmes 



District 31 

Boyd Co. 
Paul Blazer 
Rowan Co. 
Russell 
East Carter 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1990 



INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT CLASS PLACE WINNERS 
1990 K.H.S.A.A. 27TH ANNUAL STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 



103 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Tommy Storms (Simon Kenton) 

2nd James Elliott (Western) 

3rd Rob Boston (Woodford Co ) 

4th Brandon Wilkms (Campbell Co) 

5tti Pat White (Hopkinsville) 

6th Barry VanHoose (Johnson Central) 



112 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Alex Wray (Trinity) 

2nd Troy Nichols (Caldwell Co.) 

3rd Glen Gray (Campbell Co) 

4th Roy Gibbs (Harrison Co) 

5th Doug Auxier (Johnson Central) 

6th Rusty Logan (Hopkinsville) 



119 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Pat Martz (Conner) 
2nd Andre Gray (Hopkinsville) 
3rd Kevin Bates (Fern Creek) 
4th Rory Lee (Frankfort) 
5th Jeff Mosby (East Hardin) 
6th Shawn Hall (Tales Creek) 



125 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Craig Bertelson (Conner) 
2nd Dion Hyche (Fort Campbell) 
3rd Russ Cotton (Danville) 
4th Matt Komarnisky (Trinity) 
5Ih Greg Marks (St Xavler) 
6th Rick Lay (Fern Creek) 



130 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Greg Kraeszig (St Xavier) 
2nd Brent Kinberger (Waggener) 
3rd James Arnold (Christian Co) 
4th Winkie Carter (Woodlord Co) 
5th Mickey Meyer (Campbell Co ) 
6th Jim Holub (Dixie Heights) 



135 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Brian Seike (Trinity) 
2nd David Rippetoe (Woodford Co ) 
3rd Emanuelle Saunders (Eastern) 
4th Mark Frigon (Ky Country Day) 
5th Chris Hagan (Campbell Co ) 
6th Jere Mebane (Fort Knox) 



140 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Mark SeIke (Trinity) 

2nd Barry Lancaster (Christian Co ) 

3rd Rick Couch (Conner) 

4th Broderick Anderson (P R P ) 

5th Eric Best (Simon Kenton) 

6th Al Hardy (Hopkinsville) 



145 L3. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Jovanie Marshall (Fort Campbell) 
2nd Steve Yauch (Boone Co ) 
3rd Damn Gamble (Johnson Central) 
4th Morgan Stepp (Sheldon Clark) 
5th Mark Barrett (Campbell Co ) 
6th Tim Lesak (Trinity) 



152 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Mike Migliaccio (Tales Creek) 
2nd Willie Ennels (Hopkinsville) 
3rd Rob Rickman (Lafayette) 
4th Mike Straus (Campbell Co ) 
5th Wayne Trumble (Boone Co) 
6th Chad Corley (Fort Campbell) 



160 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Curt Zinga (Campbell Co) 

2nd Chris Goss (Sheldon Clark) 

3rd David Brennan (Trinity) 

4th Glenn Smallwood (Ky Sch f/t Blind) 

'ith Colin Thompson (Seneca) 

6th Robbie Hampton (Johnson Central) 



171 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Thomas Sanders (Fairdale) 
2nd Michael Benson (Woodford Co ) 
3rd Phil Hagen (Campbell Co.) 
4th Keith O'Daniel (Christian Co.) 
5th Matt Love (Simon Kenton) 
6th Jimmy Jacobson (Fort Knox) 



189 LB. WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Ron Robinson (Eastern) 
2nd Matt Carlson (Christian Co.) 
3rd Rick Turner (Campbell Co.) 
4th Richard Brown (Trinity) 
5th Ernie Wilson (Fort Knox) 
6th Jason Knotts (East Hardin) 



HEAVYWEIGHT (LIMIT 275 LBS.) WEIGHT CLASS 

1st Danny Davis (Fort Knox) 

2nd Bob Vinegar (Doss) 

3rd Jim Newman (Campbell Co.) 

4th Lamonte Anderson (Jeffersontown) 

5th Dion Washington (Woodford Co.) 

6th Randy Chapa (Boone Co.) 



"Orville Williams" 

1990 Outstanding Wrestler Award 
152 lb State Champion 

MIKE MIALIACCIO 
Tales Creek High School 



"Coach of the Year" 

MIKEBANKEMPER 

Wrestling Coach 

Campbell Co High School 

(Kentucky 1990 State 

Championship Team) 




Sporting Goods 

901 N. MAIN - LONDON, KY 40741 



TOLL 
FREE 

1-800 
442-0132 



GET A GRIP ON YOURSELF! 



Men's MCS Air Slam 




AIR SLIDER 

If the stadium grass calls for j 
metal cleats, Nike's Air Slider 
can meet the challenge. 
Dynalite uppers and Air-sole 
cushioning bring the comfort, 

stability and ultimate traction 
of Air Slider into the class of 
champions. 



m 




R 



Play your best in any game with the 

MCS Air Slam from Nike. Lightweight and 

durable, this shoe combines a Dynalite 

upper, three-color polyurethane plate 

with bi-level cleats plus all the 

benefits of Nike Air cushioning. 




The Nike Air Slider. 



Certificates 

8 V2 X 1 1 " on Parchtone Paper 



. "j.-v "v'^i "■w'^w. V 'v-'^*<N»^-^ , 

Basketball Award 



^'^ IftjlleHbairiajarb 1? 




V« Sports Auiarii 



^'O Ip S) ^ Aj'W'V^' , - - . 
R19 



«.'u-<» (j^ tf^seo-a ■■ 



to^ 5^ » ^ W 




■ e '^ % <^ " % «\ -^i * . '\ « " ^ '^ ■=! 'i J 

V^ Saacball Aujarii 



' . 2--?v>i ;v.~v ■ 



■■■si-V^'v.-v . 



'/ 



R25 



. ".-"-. ~V~% ■■v.-\, X -■^i.^'Si.-V.-V 

V« IffontbaU Auiarb 



■ e 




Dulatanbing 


;.;,.,„ 




■ e 


^ 




111.. 


bsgsf 









("O lb V, to to-siyv»^'- 
R21 



in 







R22 



10<t each or $6.00 per 100 alike Order by Certificate Number 



Rl -Certificate of Accomplishment 

(Perfect Attendance) 
R2-Certificate of Award 
R3-Certificate of Achievement Award 

(Lettered in ...) 
R5-Certificate of Merit 
R6-Certificate of AccompHshment 

(Outstanding Achievement) 
R7-Certificate of Appreciation 
R8-Certificate of Participation 



R9-Certificate of Achievement 

(Perfect Attendance) 
RlO-Certificate of Achievement 

(Valuable Service) 
R12-Wrestling Award 
R13-Tennis Award 
R14-Soccer Award 
R15-Golf Award 
R16-Bowling Award 
R-17 Cheering Award 
R18-Basketball Award 



R19-Volleyball Award 
R20-Band Award 
R21-Baseball Award 
R22-Track Award 
R23-Football Award 
R24-Softball Award 
R25-Sports Award 
R26-Recognition Award 
R27-Attendance Award 
R28-Service Award 



Call Us Toil-Free... 

1-800-274-4373 

Riherd's Sport Shop 231 West Main 
Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
PC Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
US Postage 

PAID 
Richmond, KY 
Permit No. 108 





IT 




Since 1891. Basketball has become 
The (iame Placed Viorldwide." hi less 
than nine years, before the turn of the 
centurv. The (iame had spread from its 
birth in Sprinj^field. \U. to nations all 
over the world. 

The Basketball Hall of Fame, in the 
city of The (lames birth, brings almost 
a centuiy of Basketball to life. 

The Basketball Mall of Fame 
honors the men and women and even 
four teams that have brought the 
excitement of The (iame to millions of 
fans throughout The (iame's first cen- 
tury; .Ml levels of The (iame — amateur, 
high school, collegiate, professional, 
international — are featured in the Bas- 
ketball Mall of Fame, a memorial to the 
only major sport founded in America 
and played in over 1 ""() nations. 

Original Basketball memorabilia, 
life-si/e photos, and participatory, 
state-of-the-art exhibits bring The 




(iame to life before your eyes. You can 
see the actual uniforms of some of the 
greatest players who ever li\ed. or 
catch the action of toda} s game in 
such special presentations as Hoopla" 
and "Play 52." Tr\ your jumping abili- 
ties in the exhibit "How High Is I p? ' 
or test your shooting talents in the 
popular "Shoot Out" exhibit. Highlight 
your \isit witii a trip through the lime 
tunnel and experience some of the 
greatest moments in Basketball history. 
Come and see almost a centur\ of 
these spectacular moments, as well as 
an exciting look at toda\ s game. Join 
tile Hall of I'ame Membership for spe- 
cial discounts, the Hall of Fame Year 
Book, a quarterly Newsletter, posters, 
and special invitations to Basketball 
Hall of Fame events, including 



free information on .Membership or 
other programs, call, write, or visit. 



m 



Naismith Memorial 



Basketball Hall of Fame 



^ 11.50 West Columbus Avenue • P.O. Box 179 
. ^ Springfield, Mas.sachusetls 01 101-0179 
Ki^ Telephone (413) 781-6500 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. LI, NO. 9 



APRIL, 1990 



$10.00 PER YEAR 




MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 

March 16, 1990 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the Greenwood Executive Inn in Bowling 
Green, Kentucky on Friday, March 1 6, 1 990. The meeting was 
called to order at 8:30 a.m. by President Sam Chandler with all 
Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
AssistantBilly Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries 
and Louis Stout, Sports Information Director Julian Tackett 
and Earl Cox present. Mr. Harry Loy was present representing 
the State Department of Education. Also present was Dr. 
Maurice Clay. Mr. C.K. Henry gave the invocation. 

President Chandler requested that the Board approve an 
amendment to the Agenda to include an item under 4. -- 
Executive Session. Huston DeHaven moved that this item be 
added to the Agenda. C.K. Henry seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Dr. Clay to the Board and 
explained that he had been working on an oral h story of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the past twelve years. 

Mr. Chandler then called on Mr. Jerry Thompson whc had 
requested an appeal on behalf of his daughter, Annette. Due 
to the fact that Mr. Thompson did not appear, the Commis- 
sioner discussed the information on the Transfer Form. 
Following Mr. Mills presentation, David Points made a 
motion, seconded by Huston DeHaven that the ruling of the 
Commissioner be upheld in this case. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The next appeal was presented by Commissioner Mills on 
behalf of Rick Garr. Mr. Garr had requested an appeal of 
By-Law 4, Section 1(a). as it pertained to his son, Rickey. 
Following Mr. Mills presentation and recommendations to the 
Board, Sandy Allen made a motion that Rickey Garr be 
allowed to participate in athletics during his senior year at 
Trinity High School. C.K. Henry seconded the motion which 
passed unanimously. 

The next appeal was also presented by Commissioner Mills 
on behalfof IVIr. John D.Wilson, Red Bird Mission School. Mr. 
Wilson asked that Kenneth Smith be given an extra year of 
eligibility during the 1990-91 school year. Kenneth was 
unable to participate in athletics during the 1 989-90 year due 
to illness. Following a discussion of Kenneth's situation, 
Eddie Saylor made a motion, seconded by Charlie Miller that 
the Board grant Kenneth an extra year of eligibility. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Charlie Miller made a motion that the minutes of the 
January 19-20, 1990 meeting be approved. C.K. Henry 
seconded the motion which carried unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Eddie Saylor, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning January land 
ending February 28, 1990, be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills announced the results of the recent 
election for new Board of Control members. 

Section 4 (Regions 7 & 8): 

Harry Jansing, Trinity High School - 1 4 votes 
James Sexton, Eastern High School - 13 votes 
Joe Liedtke, DuPont Manual High School - 1 1 votes 

Section 3 (Regions 5 & 6): 
Ray Story, Hardin County Schools - 29 votes 

Mr. Chandlerthen read an appeal he had received from Mr. 
James Sexton regarding the recent Board election. Following 



a lengthy discussion of Mr. Sexton's appeal, Liz Trabandt 
made a motion, based on the attorney's opinion, that the 
election of Father Harry Jansing to represent Regions 7 and 8 
on the Board of Control was held in strict compliance with the 
Procedures of Election as outlined in Section 2 of Article IV of 
the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws. The motion was 
seconded by David Points and passed by a vote of 1 in favor 
and one opposed. Bob Rogers abstained. 

Liz Trabandt moved, seconded by C.K. Henry, that the 
Board go into Executive Session. The motion passed. 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Jack Portwood, 
that the Board return to Open Session. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Chairman of the Executive Committee, Sam Chandler, 
then presented the report of the Executive Committee: 

1 ) That the Commissioner present to the Board by the April 
meeting an evaluation plan of each staff member; 

2) That the Commissioner present to the Board a seating 
plan on the Boys State Basketball Tournament. 

Bob Rogers made a motion that the report of the Executive 
Committee be accepted. Jack Portwood seconded the motion 
which passed unanimously. 

Exec. Asst. Wise reported that $479,727.00 in ticket sales 
had been received through this date for the Boys State 
Basketball Tournament. Advanced ticket sales for the Girls 
State Basketball Tournament had netted approximately 
$22,370.00. He also advised the Board that a complete report 
woul J be presented at the April Board meeting. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board that he had 
contacted all schools involved in basketball redistricting and 
had asked for suggestions or comments. Most of the changes 
in the districts are due to consolidation. The schools 
requesting to be changed or added to a district are as follows: 

District 10 - add Butler County 

District 14- add Greenwood 

District 17 - drop East and West Hardin 

add Central Hardin 
District 42 - add Lexington Christian (1992) 
District 43 - add Paul Lawrence Dunbar 
District 59 - drop Dorton and Virgie 

add Shelby Valley 
District 64 - add Rose Hill 

Bob Rogers made a motion that the Proposed Basketball 
Redistricting Report be accepted as presented. C.K. Henry 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills gave a report of the following 
committees: 

1) Building Committee - The committee had traveled to 
Indiana and Ohio to visit three Halls of Fame. 

2) Hall of Fame Committee - to meet in April. 

Mr. Chandler appointed the Hall of Fame Committee as 
follows: All Board Members, K.H.S.A.A. Staff (Tom Mills, Bill 
Wise, Louis Stout, Brigid DeVries), Earl Cox, Dee Dawahare, 
Bob White, Mike Fields and Larry Vaught. 

Mr. Henry then presented the All-Sports Committee Report 
as follows: 

1) Recommended the following volleyball fees for 
1990-91: Regular Season - $22.50; Region $25.00 - 
State regular - $30.00 

2) Beginning in 1990-91, track coaches and officials 
shall attend a track clinic every other year. 

3) Beginning in 1990-91, one registered track official 
shall be present at the regional and sectional track 
meets. 

Board Meeting continued on Page 2. 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



APRIL, 1990 



VOL. LI, NO. 9 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for In Section 
1 1 03. Act of October 3. 1 91 7, authorized May 3, 1 926. 
Publication No. 293080, 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A.. P Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington. Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 



realignment will be held on April 1 8. He also advised that the 
next meeting of the Board will be held on April 19 and the 
Delegate Assembly will be meeting on April 20. All meetings 
will be held at the K.H.S.A.A. Office. 

Following a discussion of the Second Annual Hall of Fame 
Classic basketball games to be held In December or January, 
Sandy Allen made a motion that these games be exempt from 
the 24-game limit. Charlie Miller seconded the motion which 
passed. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved to 
adjourn. Alvis Johnson seconded the motion which passed. 



1989-90 Approved 

and Certified 
Baseball Officials 



The following Baseball officials have qualified for the ratings 
for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the National 
Federation Examination. 



President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyvllle; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling: Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 
1991) Hardinsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg. Charles Miller 
(1 986-1 990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1989-1992) Molus, Liz Trabandt 
(1 988- 1 991 ) Ashland: State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 

Board Meeting continued from Page 1. 

4) Suggested that the "recommended" fee for one 
registered track official be $35.00 

5) Tabled the following item: that the 3200 meter relay 
and the girls triple jump be added to the track events 

6) Recommended that surveys dealing with the same 
request may not be repeated for five years unless 
20% of the member schools participating in that sport 
submits a written request to the Board of Control 

7) Adopt the 1990 Proposed Softball Alignment as 
submitted. 

Huston DeHaven moved to approve the recommendations 
of the All-Sports Committee. Eddie Saylor seconded the 
motion. Following a discussion of the report, the motion was 
amended to delete Item 4). The motion then passed 
unanimously. 

Following a discussion on advertising for bids for the Boys 
and Girls State Basketball Tournament sites beginning in 
1992, It was the feeling of the Board that bids be submitted for 
at least two consecutive years with an option for a longer 
term. The dates for the Boys Basketball Tournaments are 
scheduled for March 1 7-20, 1 993, and the Girls Tournament 
dates are March 24-27, 1993, 

Commissioner Mills discussed with the Board a request for 
Ballard High School to play in the Alaskan Shoot-out, Alvis 
Johnson made a motion, seconded by Eddie Saylor that this 
request be approved. The motion passed unanimously, 

Mr Mills presented to the Board several proposals to be 
considered by the 1 990 Delegate Assembly. Topics included 
in the proposals are: Changes in the Limitation of Seasons in 
all sports: ineligible students being exempt from practice: 
increasing the Board's number to 22 members; referendum 
votes 

The National Federation Annual Meeting material was 
distributed to the Board members. The meeting is to be held 
from July 2-6 In Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Mr. Wise advised the Board that hearings for the football 



APPROVED 

Adams. Bradley R 
Akers. Gary D 
Alexander. Rich 
Blankenship. James W 
Buerger, David J 
Caldwell. Clifton 
Coleman. James Ronald 
Davis. Michael Lee 
Decker. Chn- 
Donohoo. Ke.Ih 
Ezell. David 
Flener. Terry Wade 
Foster, Jerry 
Gibson, Gregory 
Gillaspie. Bob 
Gilliam. Steve 
Hackett. Jr . Wilbur L. 
Hodge, Billy W. 
Johnson. Howard 
Kidwell. Gary Roger 
Kolb. Albert (Gino) 
Lanham. James E 
Macht. Bill 
Magruder Robert L 
Marksbury DaviO 
Maynard David 
Miles Brett A 
Morse. Russell E. 
Nichols. Kevin 
Pearson William M 
Phelps. Joseph "Bucky" 
Puckett. Jeffrey G 
Reeves. Michael 
Revis. David 
Roberts. David N 
Scheer, David M 
Sexton. John Shannon 
Smee. Stephen W 
Stikeleather. Clyde 
Stubbs. T P 
Stump. Daniel G 
Tucker. Robert J 
Walker. Cory Shea 
Ward. Tim 
Williams. Frankie 



CERTIFIED 

Barnett. Charles A. 
Beal, Jim 

Coleman, Clarence R. 
Craft. Gary L. 
Deaver, Milford E. 
Gibson. Gary 
Grey, Don 
Hachten, Dale 
Hatcher. Vaughn 
Henderson, Charles G. 
Joyce. Andrew K. 
Lewis, Stephen C. 
Mitchner. Kent D. 
Sanford. Ronnie 
Schmuck, Edward J. 
Strain, Andrew J. 
Truitt, Benjamin 
Turner, Cecil W. 




THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



PAGE THREE 



FAIRDALE HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1990 




First Row: (L-R) Asst. Coach Greg Longacne, John Smith (stats), Head Coach Stan Hardin. Asst. Coach Lloyd Gardner. Larry Hall 
(stats). Second Row: Jeff Thompson, Chris Johnstone. Maurice tylorris. Sean Bishop. Carlos Turner. Terry Jenkins. Jermaine 
Brown, Tyrron Scroggins. Jason Gardner. Tony WheaL Not pictured: David Hicks. Chris Kelso. Tim Comstock. Cheerleaders: 
Coaches Beckie Hardin and Judy Barnes, Dana Edwards. Karen Clark. Penny Lanham. Amanda Weston, Julie Hale. Jenny Abner, 
Leslie Moore. Rhonda Marr. Jennifer Whitley. Jennifer Johnstone. Brenda Sondergeld. Michelle Cox. Tracey Scroggy. Caria 
Atwell. Wanda Eaves. Stephanie Lyons. 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Chris Armstrong Shelby County 

Paul Bingham Jessamine County 

Jermaine Brown Fairdale 

Joey Caldwell Leslie County 

Lloyd Collins Clay County 

Shane Crum George Rogers Clark 

Dante Gay George Rogers Clark 

Anthony Hughes Cov. Holmes 

Arlando Johnson Apollo 

Maurice Morris Fairdale 

Corey Pouncy Cov. Holmes 

Carlos Turner Fairdale 

MVP Jermaine Brown 



BOYS STATE 
TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 



Yvon Allen 
Henry B. Bell 
Ancle Lee Casey 
Jay W. Davis 
Dennis Jackson 
Charles F. Kirk 



Mondo Angelucci, Jr. 
Phillip C. Burkeen 
Curt Cundiff 
Dwight F. Gordon 
John F. Jones, III 
Dennis W. Newton 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL 
K.H.S.A.A. GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1990 




Front Row (L-R) Asst- Coach Larry Arnold, Latrice Carter, Jeanne Clark, Cheyenne Palmer, Michelle Craycraft, Missy Jackson, 
Cheryl McCann. Head Coach Robert Tripure. Second Row: Trihuma Simpson, Shelly Nichols, Shirley Bryant, Demelria Bright, 
Angi Stidham, Tessa Burrus. Cheerleaders: Tammy Brumfield, Kristen Dillon, Gwen Gibson, Leslye Johnson, Cha Lewis, Michelle 
Sivinski, All Torstrick, Gretchen Yost 



ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Julie Belcher Elkhorn City 

Demetria Bright Henry Clay 

Shirley Bryant Henry Clay 

Michelle Burden Southern 

Gwen Doyle DuPont Manual 

Carrie Horlander Logan County 

Missy Jackson Henry Clay 

Stephanie Minor West Hopkins 

Lea Robinson George Rogers Clark 

Stacey Spake Elkhorn City 

Kim Warfield Conner 

Samantha Williams DuPont Manual 

MVP Demetria Bright 



GIRLS STATE 


TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 


Clyde B. Akins 


Dennis Henry 


B.F. Behrendt 


Lois Lynn Holmes 


Keith Clary 


Danny Percell 


Jackie Ray Cupp 


Cathy Stovall 


Hade Durbin, Jr. 


Phillip A. Tucker 


Raymond Gabbard, Jr. 


Kenneth H. Wilson 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



PAGE FIVE 



COVINGTON HOLMES HIGH SCHOOL 
BOYS RUNNER-UP 



TITUIDE 

^ ^ 



E iw^ 




Front Row: (L-R) omit, Dwight Campbell, Jamts Hayes, Corey Pouncy. Anthony Hughes. Antwon Brown. Hhalid Abdul-Rahim, 
Joey Mueller, Second Row: Head Coach Mike Flyn. Asst. Head Coach Tim Riley, omit, Billy Scott, LaMont Hayes. Drazen Katinic. 
Kevin Eilers. Gary Holiday. Jerry Marshall. Asst. Coach Dicky Beal. Trainer Artie McGuffin. Cheerleaders: Tammy Bennett. Kelly 
Chittum. Tonya Couch. Laura Densler. Shannon Dunaway. Stephanie Stringer. Missy Werfelman. Kelli White. Jayme Wilham. 



SOUTHERN HIGH SCHOOL 
GIRLS RUNNER-UP 




Front Row: (L-R) Asst. Coach Kim Bynum, Amy Alvey, Beckey McCaulley. Connie Vest, Michelle Burden, April Rains, Debbie 
Davis, Danielle Burden, Head Coach Bill Brown. Second Row: Lisa Carter. Angle Smith, Christine DIerks, Alicia Blevel, Tova 
Morrison, Debbie Landrum. Cheerleaders: Kathy Trigo, Christie Schnieder, Stephanie Sweringen, Dee Dee Sutherland, Melissa 
Miller, Shelly Brown, Mickey Connell, Sherry Miller, Robyn Collins, Kim Hall. 



PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



1990 Kentucky State High School Boys' Basketball Tournament Results 
> at Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky 

"^l 1 March 21-24, 1990 



Jessamine Co. 


71 


Jessamine Co. 




^4 






60 


64 






Tilghman 


Holmes 


71 


Holmes 






76 


84 






Boyd Co. 




81 


Holmes 73 






83 




Holmes 


Clarl< Co. 










81 














50 


78 






Belfry 


Shelby Co. 


49 


Clark County 






50 




N. Hardin 












70 






Shelby Co. 
















Fairdale 




62 


Apollo 


Bowling Green 






74 


33 






Apollo 


Fairdale 


51 


Fairdale 






80 


84 






Fairdale 




71 


Fairdale 77 






64 




Male 


Clay County 










59 














80 


76 






Clay County 


Leslie Co. 


66 


Clay County 






70 




Henderson Co. 












75 






Leslie Co. 











1990 Kentucky State High School Girls' Basketball Tournament Results 

at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky 

March 14-17, 1990 



\^ 





66 


Henry Clay 


57 




/ ^') 




Henry Clay 


Marshall County 


53 


Henry Clay 






60 


72 






Marshall County 




66 


Henry Clay 62 






51 




Ashland 


West Hopkins 








Conner 


54 








55 


63 








West Hopkins 


Manual 


67 


Manual 






47 




Fleming-Neon 












48 






Manual 


Clark County 












"~-^ 


Henry Clay 


Boyle County 


39 






41 


51 






Clark County 


Elkhorn City 


54 


Elkhorn City 






57 


48 






Elkhorn City 




50 


Southern 50 






45 




Nelson County 


Logan County 










52 






Logan County 








37 


38 






Ohio County 


Southern 


46 


Southern 






67 




Lou. Southern 












55 






Clay County 











From The Commissioner's Office (Ml@¥li) ® (^i@?l 



Alignment of Schools - Football 

K.H.S.A.A. State Championships, 1991-1994 

Based on Enrollment in top three grades 

Class A (0-400) (51 total) 

Region I, District 1 - Ballard Memorial, Fulton, Fulton County, Heath, Murray 

Region I, District 2 - Crittenden County, Russellville, South Hopkins, Todd County Central, Trigg County 
Region II, District 1 - Bardstown, Campbellsville, Caverna, Green County, Metcalfe County, Washington County 
Region II, District 2 - Carroll County, Eminence, Frankfort, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, Henry County, Kentucky 

Country Day, Owen County 
Region III, District 1 - Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Uoyd Memorial, Ludlow, Newport Central Catholic 
Region III, District 2 - Bath County, Fairview, Nicholas County, Paintsville, Paris, Raceland 
Region IV, District 1 - Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, Hazard, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Williamsburg 
Region IV, District 2 - Allen Central, Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Pikeville, Phelps, 

Wheelwright 

Class AA (401-610) (56 total) 
Region I, District 1 - Caldwell County, Fort Campbell, Lone Oak, Mayfield, Reidland, Webster County 
Region I, District 2 - Breckinridge County, Butler County, Edmonson County, Hancock County, McLean County, 

Muhlenberg North (eligible 1991-92), Muhlenberg South, (eligible 1993-94), Owensboro Catholic 
Region II, District 1 - Adair County, Alien County-Scottsville, Casey County, Glasgow, Hart County, Monroe County, 

Russell County 
Region II, District 2 - Bullitt East, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, LaRue County, Taylor County 
Region III, District 1 - Anderson County, Bourbon County, Boyle County, Danville, Estill County, Mercer County, 

Powell County, Western Hills 
Region III, District 2 - Corbin, Madison Southern, Middlesboro, Rockcastle County, Somerset, Wayne County 
Region IV, District 1 - East Carter, Fleming County, Lawrence County, Lewis County, Mason County, Rowan 

County, Russell, West Carter 
Region IV, District 2 - Betsy Layne, M.C. Napier, Magoffin County, Morgan County, Prestonsburg, Sheldon Clark, 

Shelby Valley, Whitesburg 

Class AAA (61 1-899) (47 total) 
Region I, District 1 - Calloway County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, Paducah Tilghman, Union County 
Region I, District 2 - Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Greenwood, Logan County, Ohio County, Owensboro, 

Warren Central, Warren East 
Region II, District 1 - Barren County, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Bullitt 
Region II, District 2 - Franklin County, Lincoln County, Oldham County, Scott County, South Oldham, Woodford 

County 
Region III, District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Newport, Scott, Simon 

Kenton 
Region III, District 2 - Greenup County, Harrison County, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer 
Region IV, District 1 - Bell County, Cawood, Knox Central, McCreary Central, Whitley County 
Region IV, District 2 - Belfry, Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott County Central, Leslie County 

Class AAAA (900 - UP) (48 total) 
Region I, District 1 - Apollo, Christian County, Daviess County, Henderson County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 

Marshall County 
Region I, District 2 - Bullitt Central, Hardin Central, North Hardin, Shelby County 
Region II, District 1 - Butler, Holy Cross, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 
Region II, District 2 - Atherton, duPont Manual, Fern Creek, Male, Seneca, St. Xavier 
Region III, District 1 - DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Moore, Southern 
Region III, District 2 - Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, Waggener 
Region IV, District 1 - Boone County, Bryan Station, Campbell County, Paul Dunbar, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates 

Creek 
Region IV, District 2 - Boyd County, George Rogers Clark, Jessamine County, Johnson Central, Laurel County, 

Madison Central, Pulaski County 

Not Competing for the District Championship - Berea, Kentucky School f/t Deaf 



OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Please submit your open football dates to the K.H.S.A.A. office so that we may again 

compile a list to assist you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and 

include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a contact name and daytime phone number. The 

following dates have been submitted -- 

August 17 or 18 - Boone County, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school, (606)283- 
2795. Boyd County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. Madison 
Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Tates Creek, Contact Coach Joe 
Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 

August 24 or 25 - LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the high school, (502)358-3195. 
Madison Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Raceland, Contact Coach 
Bill Ross at (606)836-8221. Tates Creek, Contact Coach Joe Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 

August 31 or September 1 - Cairo (IL) High School, Contact Bob Conroy, A.D., (618)734- 
2187, Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, Fairdale, 
contact Coach Mike Fletcher, (502)473-8248. Frankfort, contact Coach Raymond Webb, 
(502)223-8030. Madison Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Mt. 
Healthy, in Cincinnati, has approximately 525 boys in the top three grades, contact Jim 
Reynolds, (513)729-0130. Pineville, Contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. 
Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

September 7 or 8 - Boyd County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. 
Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. Fleming-Neon, 
Contact David Jones (606)855-7597. Frankfort, contact Coach Raymond Webb, (502)223- 
8030. Lincoln County, Contact Coach Larry Phillips (606)365-9111. Mt. Healthy, in 
Cincinnati, has approximately 525 boys in the top three grades. Contact Jim Reynolds, 
(513)729-0130. Perry Central, Indiana, Contact Jim Hohit, A.D. at (317)882-4229. 
Stubenville, in Stubenvllle, Ohio, Contact the Athletic Director, Reno Saccoccia, at 
(614)283-11 71. Withrow, in Cincinnati, Ohio, Contact Dale Mueller, Football Coach at 
(513)533-5733. 

September 14 or 15 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high 
school. Stebbins, in Dayton, Contact the Athletic Director at (513)237-4260. 

September 21 or 22 - Henderson County, contact Randy Reece, (502)827-2506, or 
(502)826-5289. Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Small schools only, need call School, (606)236- 
5132, or (606)236-9473, contact A.D. Paul Smiley at either of these phone numbers. 
Portsmouth East, in Portsmouth, Contact John Little, (614)776-3278. 

September 28 or 29 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high 
school. Central Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
Pineville, Contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. Wheelersburg, in 
Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

October 5 and 6 - Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, 
Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. Portsmouth West, Contact 
Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858-6669. 

October 12 and 13 - LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the high school, (502)358-3195. 
Marion County, Contact Sam Simpson, (502)692-6066. 

October 19 and 20 - Bardstown High School, Contact Coach Garnis Martin at (502)348- 
1673, Central Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. 
LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the high school, (502)358-3195. Portsmouth, in 
Portsmouth, Ohio, Contact Jim Branham, Athletic Director at (614)354-2500. Rock Hill in 
ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students). Contact Chris Lester, Athletic Director at 
(614)533-3417. 



OPEN FOOTBALL DATES (continued) 
October 26 and 27 - Oldham County, Contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222- 

9775. Sweetwater, in Sweetwater, TN. Approximately 450 students. Contact Bill Dupes, 

(615)337-3037. 
November 2 and 3 - Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417, 

Madisonville, Contact A.D. J.E. Barlow, (502)825-6017. Fleming-Neon, Contact David 

Jones (606)855-7597. Owensboro, Contact Jack Hicks, Athletic Director at (502)686-1016. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE CONCERNING DISQUALIFICATIONS 

By Board of Control action, all participants and/or coaches who are ejected from a contest 
for unsportsmanlike conduct shall be suspended from competition for a minimum of one 
game. 

It also should be noted that officials who disqualify participants, and then do not report that 
disqualification to the Association office in a timely manner may face suspension from 
officiating!! 

With this in mind, it is important to adhere to the following procedure should a 
representative of your school be ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. 1) Be sure you receive 
a disqualification card from the contest official; 2) Contact this office in writing to request 
reinstatement of the participant; 3) Inform the participant/coach of the suspension. You will 
be notified by return mail as to the end of the suspension, and the date or day when the 
player/coach will be eligible to return to competition. Contest officials also are reminded to 
use an ink pen, to include the first and last name of the offender, and to press hard as the 
third copy is often illegible if done in pencil. 

*NOTE* Any person who is suspended from a contest may not dress for that contest in 
game uniform. They will however be covered by the catastrophic insurance policy insofar as 
practice is concerned unless you are otherwise notified. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO REBA WOODALL, BRYAN STATION 

Coach Reba Woodall, long time Girls' Track Coach at Bryan Station High School in 
Lexington has been named 1989 National Girls' Track Coach of the Year in competition 
sponsored by the Wilson Athletic Company. Several other coaches from the state were 
nominated for similar awards, including Jim Watkins, Southern (Athletic Director); Garnis 
Martin, Bardstown (Football); Al Prewitt, Henry Clay (Boys' Basketball); David Weedman, 
Oldham County (Girls' Basketball); Lyman Brown, Paducah Tilghman (Boys' Track); Ron 
Myers, Elizabethtown (Baseball); Rusty Parks, Woodford County (Wrestling); Karen Vanover, 
Lafayette (Swimming); Frank Cooper, St. Xavier (Cross Country); Mark Evans, Mercy 
Academy (Softball); Gary Mayrwieser, Tates Creek (Soccer): Rick Hornsby, Covington 
Catholic (Golf); Larry Heflin, Lone Oak (Tennis); and Bunny Daugherty, Sacred Heart (Special 
Sports). Congratulations to each of these nominees, and in particular to Miss Woodall for her 
recognition as the 1989 National Girls' Track Coach of the Year. 

FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT FITTING CLINIC TO BE HELD 

There will be a special clinic sponsored by the Athletic Equipment Managers Association on 
Tuesday, June 12, at the Hyatt Regency in Indianapolis. This clinic is FREE OF CHARGE and 
is for coaches, trainers, and anyone interested in football or athletic equipment. Discussions 
and seminars will be held on fitting football helmets, fitting football shoes, fitting shoulder 
pads, and proper laundry techniques. For further information, contact Jeff Boss, LSU 
Football Offices, Baton Rouge, LA 70894. 



APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE 1990 U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

Applications are now available for the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival Regional Trials, and the 
1990 USA National Team trials for women's basketball. The instructions on the applications 
should be self-explanatory, and are available by calling (719)632-7687. 

FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT OPEN DATES 

Now that the alignment for football playing schools beginning in 1991 is complete, all 
football schools are encouraged to notify this office as to open dates in 1991 and 1992. 
Schools are encouraged to sign two or four year contracts, for 1991 and 1992, or 1991 
through 1994. 

The complete alignment as approved is listed elsewhere in the center section of the Athlete. 
Please feel free to contact the K.H.S.A.A. if you have any questions. 

SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUMS 

The primary schedule has been announced for the Medical Symposiums which are a bi- 
annual requirement for coaches in all sports. If you did not attend a Symposium in 1989, you 
will be required to attend in 1990. In accordance with By-Law 27, you must attend at least 
once every two years in order to be eligible to coach in post-season competition. The 
following dates and sites have been sanctioned - 

June 2, Elizabethtown Surgical Center; 

June 9, University of Louisville; 

June 16, Eastern Kentucky University; 

June 22, Madisonville; 

June 23, Paintsville; 

June 30, Murray, Murray-Calloway County Hospital; and 

July 6, University of Kentucky; 

July 20 and 21. Northern Kentucky University . Further details will be mailed to each school. 

OHIO STATE AGAIN TO SPONSOR ATHLETIC TRAINING WORKSHOP 

O.S.U. in Columbus, OH, is sponsoring an athletic training camp, June 17-22, 1990. For 
further information, contact Linda W. Daniel, Workshop Director, (614)292-7860. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1989-90, and 1990-91 

The A.C.T. test schedule for the near future is as follows: 

TEST DATE REG. DEADLINE LATE DEADLINE 

06/9/90 05/11/90 05/25/90 

10/27/90 09/28/90 10/15/90 

12/8/90 11/9/90 11/26/90 

02/9/91 01/11/91 01/28/91 

04/13/91 03/15/91 04/1/91 

06/8/91 05/10/91 05/24/91 

CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM WATKINS, LOUISVILLE 

Jim Watkins, former Athletic Director at Southern High School and currently serving as the 
Interim Coordinator of Athletics in Jefferson County, was honored recently by being named as 
the recipient of the National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association Coach 
Contributor Distinguished Service Award for the Federation Section II. Watkins will be 
honored at a banquet during the NFICA Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas in July. The 
K.H.S.A.A. knows first hand of Mr. Watkins skills and abilities in helping the youth and the 
coaches in this state, and commend him on this award. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



PAGE SEVEN 



The K.H.S.A.A. 

Salutes the 

Winners of the 

Academic Showcase 




The fifth annual Sweet 16 Academic Showcase was held in Lexington, Kentucky during the week of 
the Boys' Sweet 1 6 Basketball Tournament. Approximately 1 ,950 students from 21 1 high schools from 
106 counties participated in 12 competitions. Regional competitions were held at Eastern Kentucky 
University, Georgetown College, Morehead State University and Murray State University. From these 
sites the top four place finishers in each competition qualified to come to Lexington to compete for 
scholarships. The finals in 1 2 categories were at Transylvania University. The awards were presented on 
March 1 6th at a banquet at Marriott's Griffin Gate Resort. A total of $75,350 in scholarships and prizes 
was awarded. The showcase is funded by an annual televised auction and donations from private 
corporations. 



MUSIC, VOCAL 

First - Shay Dodson, Carlisle County High School 

Second - Keith Dean, Breckinridge County High School 

Third - Troy McCowan. Danville High School 

Fourth - Tina Williams, Anderson County High School 

ENGLISH/ESSAY 

First - Zack Berger, DuPont Manual High School 

Second - Micah Auerback, Lafayette High School 

Third Tiffany Bell, Apollo High School 

Fourth - Susan Ham. Somerset High School 

ENGLISH/CREATIVE WRITING 
First - Sara Sorensen. Western Hills High School 
Second - John Chafin, Rowan County High School 
Third - Matthew Jaeger, Paducah Tilghman High School 
Fourth - Chris Schmidt, Lloyd Memorial High School 

SPEECH 

First - Misty Daniels, Pikeville High School 
Second - Joyce Shin. Model Laboratory School 
Third - Nathan Deaton. Highlands High School 
Fourth - Andrea Abell, La Rue County High School 

ART/2-D 

First - Kate Melcher, Henry Clay High School 
Second - Michael Choi. Highlands High School 
Third - Scott Clark, South Oldham High School 
Fourth - Anna Taylor, Shawnee High School 

ART/3-D 

First - Chris Wilson. Raceland High School 

Second - Thomas Gradisher, Murray High School 

Third - Jennifer Armstrong, Bowling Green High School 

Fourth - Robert Cinnamon, Anderson County High School 

HflATH 

First - Ballard High School. Andy Colville, Mark Roseberry, Minesh 

Shah, Gary Yen 

Second - Madison Central High School, Jeanie Kincer. Brian Paher, 

Michael Ward. Brad Webb 

Third - Scott High School, Chris Girard, Jason Kenney. Kristian 

Klaene, Wendy Watts 

Fourth - Tates Creek High School, Mike Barnhisel, Stephen Chan, 

Jenny Chung, Richard Chung 



CHESS 

First - Brad Skaggs. South Oldham High School 
Second - Andy Rickman, Murray High School 
Third - Sanjay Khiani, Fern Creek High School 
Fourth - David Kupersmith, St Francis 

JOURNALISM - ADVERTISING/PROMOTION 

First - Hancock County High School, Dianna Richards, Angela 

Payne 

Second - Daviess County High School, Caroline Shively, Anita 

Gillaspie 

Third - Atherton High School, Daniel Roth, Gregory Pope 

Fourth - Sacred Heart Academy. Kerri Horinne. Nicole Curtis 

COMPUTER 

First - Bowling Green High School, Brad Bitterling, Christian Duncan. 

Craig Bitterling. William Gerhardt 

Second - Jessamine County High School. Daniel McDonald. Aaron 

Nicholls, David Wang, Eric Swanson 

Third - DuPont Manual Magnet High School, Donnie Kendell, Samuel 

Kanai Jr., Darren Embry 

Fourth - Lafayette High School. Michael Andrews, Peter Hofacker, 

Gabe Kruger, George Shih 

JOURNALISM - FEATURE WRITING 

First - Nikita Roshell Stewart. Warren Central High School 

Second - Brad N Taylor, Anderson High School 

Third - Brett Daniel Johnson. Highlands High School 

Fourth - Renna Meredith Lake, Harrison County High School 

MUSIC - INSTRUMENTAL: 

First - Kay Kim, Lafayette High School 

Second - Trey Wyatt, Caldwell County High School 

Third - Johnny Chen, Eastern High School 

Fourth - Charles Ferris, St. Xavier High School 



First place winners were recognized at center court 
in Freedom Hall during the basketball tournament. 
This event has proven that in Kentucky, education and 
athletics compliment and benefit each other. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



& 



STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 



Friday, May 25. 1990 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice from 12:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be picked 
up from 5:00-6:00 on the track side of the Shively Sport Center 
Building or Saturday morning, May 26, from 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 
a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Officials Meeting: There will be an officials meeting at 6:00 
p.m. in the Nutter Center on Friday, May 25, 1990. There will 
be a coaches meeting on Saturday morning. May 26, 1990 at 
8:15 a.m. in the baseball bleacher area beside the track 
entrance. 

NOTE: The 1600m Relay will be run with a 3 turn stagger. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

Classes A, AA, AAA Boys - Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday. May 26. 1990 

TRACK EVENTS 

10:00 — A Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls 100m High Hurdles 
10:20 — A Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys 110m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls 100m Dash 
10:45 — AA Girls 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys 100m Dash 
1 1 :00 — AA Boys 1 00m Dash 
1 1 :05 — AAA Boys 1 00m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls 800m Relay 
11:18 — AA Girls 800m Relay 
1 1 :26 — AAA Girls 800m Relay 
11:34 — A Boys 1600m Run 
1 1 :42 — AA Boys 1 600m Run 
11:50 — AAA Boys 1600m Run 
11:58 — A Girls 1600m Run 
12:06 — AA Girls 1600m Run 
12:14 — AAA Girls 1600m Run 
12:22 — A Boys 400m Relay 
12:28 — AA Boys 400m Relay 
12:34 — AAA Boys 400m Relay 
12:40 — A Girls 400m Relay 
12:46 — AA Girls 400m Relay 
12:52 — AAA Girls 400m Relay 

K.T.C.C.C.A. HALL OF FAME AWARDS/LUNCH 

1 :30 — A Boys 400m Dash 
1:35 — AA Boys 400m Dash 
1:40 — AAA Boys 400m Dash 
1:45 — A Girls 400m Dash 
1:50 — AA Girls 400m Dash 
1:55 — AAA Girls 400m Dash 
2:00 — A Boys 400m Int. Hurdles 
2:05 — AA Boys 400m Int. Hurdles 
2:10 — AAA Boys 300m Int. Hurdles 
2:15 — A Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:20 — AA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:25 — AAA Girls 300m Low Hurdles 
2:30 — A Boys 800m Run 
2:35 — AA Boys 800m Run 
2:40 — AAA Boys 800m Run 
2:45 — A Girls 800m Run 
2:50 — AA Girls 800m Run 



2:55- 

3:00- 

3:05- 

3:10- 

3:15- 

3:20- 

3:25- 

3:30- 

3:45- 

4:00- 

4:15- 

4:30- 

4:45- 

5:00- 

5:08- 

5:16- 

5:24 

5:32- 

5:40 

6:00- 



• AAA Girls 800m Run 
A Boys 200m Dash 

- AA Boys 200m Dash 

- AAA Boys 200m Dash 

- A Girls 200m Dash 

- AA Girls 200m Dash 

- AAA Girls 200m Dash 
■ A Boys 3200m Run 

AA Boys 3200 Run 

- AAA Boys 3200m Run 

- A Girls 3200m Run 

- AA Girls 3200m Run 

- AAA Girls 3200 Run 
-A Boys 1600m Relay 

- AA Boys 1600m Relay 
-AAA Boys 1600m Relay 

A Girls 1600m Relay 
-AA Girls 1600m Relay 
-AAA Girls 1600m Relay 

AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



9:00 
10:30 
12:00 
1:30 
3:00 
4:30 



9:00 
12:00 
3:00 



9:00 
10:30 
12:00 



9:00 
10:30 
12:00 



SHOT 

- AA Boys 

- AAA Boys 

- A Boys 

- AA Girls 

- AAA Girls 

- A Girls 

POLE VAULT 

- AA Boys 

- AAA Boys 

- A Boys 



DISCUS 

9:00 — AA Girls 
10:30 — AAA Girls 
12:00 — A Girls 
1:30 — AA Boys 
3:00 — AAA Boys 
4:30 — A Boys 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 — AA Boys 
2:00 — A Boys 
4:00 — AAA Boys 



LONG JUMP 

AA Boys 1:30 — AA Girls 

A Boys 3:00 — A Girls 

AAA Boys 4:30 — AAA Girls 

HIGH JUMP 

AA Girls 1:30 — AAA Boys 

AAA Girls 3:00 — AAA Boys 

A Girls 4:30 — A Boys 



o 



1989-90 Approved 
Softball Officials 



The following Softball officials have qualified for the rating 
of APPROVED and CERTIFIED as a result of the National 
Federation Examination: 



CERTIFIED 

Bagby, Gary 
Bollinger, Billy J 
Pearson, Bobby W 
Rinehart, Don 



APPROVED 

Chewnmg. David 
Cunningham, Phil 
Hamby, Thomas E. 
Hatcher, Vaughn 
Jones, David 
Pearson, William M. 
Petty, Brenda 
Price, Melody A. 
Riley, Michael S. 
South, Judy P. 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Stubbs, T.P. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



PAGE NINE 



1990 BASEBALL INFORMATION 

District and Regional Sites and Managers 



@ 



DISTRICT 1: Lone Oak High School, College Avenue, 

Paducah 42001 Manager: Albert Norris, A.D. 

DISTRICT 2: St. Mary High School. 1243 Elmdale, Paducah 

42001 Manager: Rudy Carrico, A.D. 

DISTRICT 3: Fulton City High School, 700 Stephen Beale 

Drive, Fulton 42041 Manager: J. Virgil Yates, A.D. 

DISTRICT 4: Mayfield High School, 700 Douthitt Street, 

Mayfield 42066 Manager: Roger Fields, A.D. 

DISTRICT 5: Ft. Campbell High School, Ohio Ave. & Falcon 

Loop, Fort Campbell 42223 Manager: Marshall Patterson, 

A.D. 

DISTRICT 6: Caldwell County High School. Route 1, Box 

1378, Princeton 42445 Manager: Harold C. Jones, A.D. 

DISTRICT 7: Madisonville-North Hopkins, US 41 North, 

Madisonville 42431 Manager: J. E. Barlow, A.D. 

DISTRICT 8: Henderson County High School, 2424 Zion 

Road, Henderson 42420 Manager: Bob Mulcahay, A.D. 

DISTRICT 9: Daviess County High School. 4255 New Hartford 

Road, Owensboro 42301 Manager: Wayne Wright, A.D. 

DISTRICT 10: Central City High School, 302 West Mam 

Street, Central City 42330 Manager: Jim Wilcox, A.D. 

DISTRICT 11: Breckridge County High School, Route 1, 

Harned 40144 Manager: Rob Cox. Principal/A.D. 

DISTRICT 12: McLean County High School. Highway 136 

Box 70, Calhoun 42347 Manager: Andy Groves (James A.), 

A.D. 

DISTRICT 13: Russellville High School, 1101 West Ninth 

Street, Russellville 42276 Manager: Wayne Mullen, A.D. 

DISTRICT 14: Warren East High School, 6867 Louisville 

Road, Bowling Green 42101 Manager: Joe Watkins, A.D. 

DISTRICT 15: Glasgow High School, Columbia Avenue, 

Glasgow 42101 Manager Terry Flatt, A.D. 

DISTRICT 16: Metcalfe County High School, Glasgow Road, 

Edmonton 42129 Manager: Gary Richardson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 17: North Hardin High School, 801 S. Logsdon 

Parkway, Radcliff 40160 Manager: Kim Shaw, A.D. 

DISTRICT 18: Green County High School, Brummel Avenue, 

Greensburg 42743 Manager: Nelson Moore, A.D. 

DISTRICT 19: Nelson County High School, 1070 Bloomfield 

Road, Bardstown 40004 Manager: Dan Richard, A.D. 

DISTRICT 20: Campbellsville High School, 240 West Mam, 

Campbellsville 42718 Manager: Frank Kidwell. A.D. 

DISTRICT 21: Portland Christian (@ Shawnee Park). 2500 

Portland Avenue. Louisville 40212 Manager: Eugene 

Schreiner. A.D. 

DISTRICT 22: Pleasure Ridge Park H.S.. 5901 Greenwood 

Road, Louisville 40258 Manager: Russ Kline. A.D. 

DISTRICT 23: Valley High School, 10200 Dixie Highway. 

Louisville 40272 Manager: Tasso Harris. A.D. 

DISTRICT 24: Southern High School. 8620 Preston Highway, 

Louisville 40219 Manager: Dave Bennett, A.D. 

DISTRICT 25: St. Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level 

Road. Louisville 40217 Manager: Jerry Mayes, A.D. 

DISTRICT 26: Trinity High School, 401 1 Old Shelbyville Road, 

Louisville 40207 Manager: Harry Jansing, A.D. 

DISTRICT 27: Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile 

Lane, Jeffersontown 40299 Manager: Bob Morehead, A.D. 

DISTRICT 28: Kentucky County Day. 41 00 Springdale Road. 

Louisville 40241 Manager: R. Bauer/D. Kessler. A.D. 



DISTRICT 29: Bullitt East High School. Highway 44 East. Mt. 

Washington 40047 Manager: Keith Collins. A.D. 

DISTICT 30: Anderson County High School. Broadway, 

Lawrenceburg 40242 Manager: Anthony Hatchell. A.D. 

DISTRICT 31: Trimble County High School. Route 2, Bedford 

40006 Manager: J. T. Peniston, AD. 

DISTRICT 32: Grant County High School, US 25, Box 478, Dry 

Ridge 41035 Manager: John Money, A.D. 

DISTRICT 33: Simon Kenton High School, 5545 Madison 

Pike, Independence 41051 Manager: Joe Stark, A.D. 

DISTRICT 34: Newport High School, 900 East 6th Street, 

Newport 41071 Manager: James Weyer, A.D. 

DISTRICT 35: Bishop Brossart High School, Grove & 

Jefferson, Alexandria 41001 Manager: Dave Schuh, A.D. 

DISTRICT 36: Covington Catholic High School, 361 7 Church 

Street. Covington 41015 Manager: Jim McDonough. A.D. 

DISTRICT 37: Harrison County High School, Webster 

Avenue, Cythiana 41031 Manager: Gary Dearborn, A.D. 

DISTRICT 38: Augusta High School, 3rd & Bracken Streets, 

Augusta 41002 Manager: Anthony Johnson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 39: Fleming County High School, Route 2, 

Flemingsburg 41041 Manager: Joe Dan Gold, Principal/A.D. 

DISTRICT 40: Bath County High School, Mam Street, 

Owingsville 40360 Manager: Gary Ramey. A.D. 

DISTRICT 41: Frankfort High School, 328 Shelby Street, 

Frankfort 40601 Manager: Mike Oder, Principal/A.D. 

DISTRICT 42: Lafayette High School, 400 Reed Lane, 

Lexington 40503 Manager: Karen Vanover, A.D. 

DISTRICT 43: Berea High School, Ellispe Street, Berea 40403 

Manager: Stephen Riddle, A.D. 

DISTRICT 44: Boyle County High School, Perryville Road, 

Danville 40422 Manager: Jim Donlon, A.D. 

DISTRICT 45: Mercer County High School, 937 Moberly 

Street, Harrodsburg 40330 Manager: Johnnie Slone, AD. 

DISTRICT 46: Russell County High School, US 127 South, 

Russell Springs. 42642 Manager: Larry Kinnett. A.D 

DISTRICT 47: Laurel County High School. 1705 South Mam 

Street. London 40741 Manager: demons Bundy. A.D 

DISTRICT 48: Jackson County High School. Box 427. McKee 

40447 Manager: Mike Jones. A.D. 

DISTRICT 49: Lynn Camp High School, Route 1, Corbin 

40701 Manager: Calvin Vaughn. A.D. 

DISTRICT 50: Middlesboro High School. 4400 W. 

Cumberland Avenue. Middlesboro 40965 Manager: Wayne 

Wilson. A.D. 

DISTRICT 51: Cumberland County High School. North Main, 

Burkesville 4271 7 Manager: David Wells, A.D. 

DISTRICT 52: Jenkins High School, P.O. Box 552, Jenkins 

41537 Manager: Homer Brown, A.D. 

DISTRICT 53: Hazard High School, Hwy. 15, South - Box 

5007, Hazard 41701 Manager: Jimmie Cornett, A.D. 

DISTRICT 54: Jackson High School, 938 Highland Ave., 

Jackson 41339 Manager: Dwight Johnson, A.D. 

DISTRICT 55: Powell County High School, Hwy. 1 5. Box 488. 

Stanton 40380 Manager: Mike Crowe. A.D. 

DISTRICT 56: Johnson Central High School. Route 276. Box 

202. Paintsville 41240 Manager: Steve Trimble, A.D. 



Baseball Information Continued on Page Ten 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



DISTRICT 57: Wheelwright High School. P.O. Box 1700, 
Wheelwright 41669 Manager: Lonnie Slone. Principal/A.D. 
DISTRICT 58: Pikeville High School, 1987 Championship 
Drive, Pikeville 41501 Manager: Ken Trivette, A.D. 
DISTRICT 59: Pikeville High School, 1987 Champtionship 
Drive, Pikeville 41501 Manager: Ken Trivette. A.D. 
DISTRICT 60: Rowan County High School. Route #5. Viking 
Drive. Morehead 40351 Manager: Ken Howard. AD. 
DISTRICT 61: Lewis County High School. School Road. 
Vanceburg 41179 Manager: Gary Kidwell. AD. 
DISTRICT 62: Russell High School. 709 Red Devil Lane. 
Russell 41 169 Manager Jerry Klaiber. A.D 
DISTRICT 63: Paul Blazer High School. Blazer Boulevard. 
Ashland 41 1 01 Manager Eddie Marshall. Principal/A.D. 



REGION 10: Harrison County High School. Webster Ave., 
Cynthiana 41031 Manager: Gary Dearborn, A.D. 
REGION 1 1: Madison Central High School. 705 North Second 
Street. Richmond 40475 Manager: Ed Miracle. A.D. 
REGION 12: Pulaski County High School. 511 E. University, 
Somerset 42501 Manager: Dave Fraley, A.D 
REGION 13; Barbourville High School. P.O Box 540, 
Barbourville 40906 Manager: Vencil Phipps, A.D. 
REGION 14: Powell County High School. Highway 15. Box 
488. Stanton 40380 Manager: Lonnie Morris. Principal 
REGION 15: Pikeville High School. 1987 Championship 
Drive. Pikeville 41501 Manager: Ken Trivette, A.D. 
REGION 16: Boyd County High School. 12307 Midland Trail 
Road. Ashland 41 101 Manager: David Bayes, A.D. 



REGIONS 
REGION 1: Murray High School. 501 Doran Road. Murray 
42071 Manager: Gary Miller. AD 

REGION 2: Henderson County High School. 2424 Zion Road. 
Henderson 4242 Manager: Bob Mulcahy. A.D 
REGION 3: Daviess County High School. 4255 New Hartford 
Road. Owensboro 42301 Manager: Bill Taylor. AD 
REGION 4: Bowling Green High School. 1801 Rockingham 
Lane. Bowling Green 42101 Manager: Don Webb. AD 
REGION 5: Green County High School. Brummel Ave 
Greensburg 42743 Manager Nelson Moore. A.D 
REGION 6: Valley High School. 10200 Dixie Highway. 
Louisville 40272 Manager Tasso Harris. AD. 
REGION 7: Jeffersontown High School, 9600 Old Six Mile 
Road, Louisville 40299 Manager: Bob Moreland, A.D 
REGION 8: Carroll County High School. P.O. Box 365. 
Carrollton 41008 Manager Dr Henry Williams. A.D 
REGION 9: Simon Kenton High School. 5545 Madison Pike. 
Independence 41051 Manager: Joe Stark. AD 



SECTIONAL 
SECTION 1: Paducah Tilghman High School. 2400 
Washington Street, Paducah 42001 Manager; Steve 
Johnston, A.D. 

SECTION 2: Pleasure Ridge Park High School. 5901 
Greenwood Road. Louisville 40258 Manager: Russ Kline. A.D. 
SECTION 3: Lloyd Memorial High School. 450 Bartlett 
Avenue, Erianger 41018 Manager: J. T. Mulligan. A.D 
SECTION 4: Rowan County High School. Route 5 Viking 
Drive. Morehead 40351 Manager: Don Hardin/Ken Howard, 
AD 



mim 



1990-91 MAJOR CHEERLEADER 
RULE REVISIONS 




Rule 1 During partner stunts/pyramids, spotter does not provide primary support of another person. 

Extension is a stunt in which supporting arm(s) of base(s) is fully extended above the head and the top person is 

standing in the hand(s) of the base(s). 

Suspended roll involves horizontal rotation with the top person having continuous hand/arm-to-hand/arm 

contact with a base(s) and /or spotter(s). 

Vault IS a stunt in which the hands of the top person are used to assist in clearing the base. 
2-3-2 A spotter is required for stunts in which the supporting arm(s) of the base(s) is fully extended above the head 

except for a chair. Russian lift. 3-person straddle/split lift, torch or double-base straddle/split catch 
2-3-4 A roll down must have a spotter at the head and shoulders of the top person who is not involved in 

anything but spotting. ^ 

2-4-1 A base shall not assume a back-bend position. 

2-7-2 Tosses shall be directed vertically with the intent that the top person will be cuaght by bases in their original 

positions on the cheering surface. 
2-7-6 Helicopters are not permitted. 

2-8-1 Vaults must originate from the floor. Vaults from a mount/pyramid are not permitted. 

2-8-2 Vaults from a pitch/toss are not permitted, 

2-9-1 Stationary hanging pyramids with specific restrictions are permitted. 

2-10-3 Top person on a suspended splits must have partial support only on her back thigh. 

2-11-1 Front drops are not permitted unless most of the weight is first borne on the hands/feet to break the 

impact of the drop 
2-12-7 Cartwheel dismounts are not permitted. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



PAGE ELEVEN 



® 



1990 NATIONAL FEDERATION TRACK & FIELD 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #1 1 : Is the "cloud nine" <air-filled pole vault landing pad) considered 
a legal landing pad'' 

RULING: Air-filled landing pads are presently considered as legal equipment for 
track and field competition as long as the pad meets the minimum dimensions as 
described m the 1990 Track and Field Rule Book. (7-4-4, 7-4-5) 
SITUATION #1 2: The members of Team A's girl's 4 x 200 m relay team report to the 
clerk all wearing identical school-issued lerseys and shorts (which are not 
objectionable). Each runner is also wearing a white T-shirt under her jersey. In 
addition, the lead-off runner is wearing solid black leotards, number 2 is wearing 
solid light blue leotards, number 3 is wearmg solid pink leotards and the anchor 
runner IS not wearing a leotard. The relay captain informs the clerk that her coach 
has received permission from the meet director to compete wearing the black, 
light blue, and pink leotards The starter, upon seeing the different colored 
leotards, instructs Ihe relay captain to have at least two of the relay team members 
remove their leotards and gives them 5 minutes to comply with the uniform rule 
regarding relay teams. The coach of Team A immediately shows the starter a letter 
from the meet director authorizing a waiver of the uniform rule for relay teams. 
RULING: The meet director, games committee nor the vote of the coaches can 
supercede the track uniform rule. Therefore. Team A will not be permitted to start 
the race because team members are not wearing the same uniform (i.e. black 
leotard, light blue leotard and pink leotard) (4-3-4, 4-5-7) 

COMMENT: It is possible that team memebers running the second, third or fourth 
legs may not remove their warm-ups until after the race has begun, and therefore. 
It would not be apparent that team members are wearing different colored 
undergarments In the event this situation would happen, the relay team would be 
disqualified. 

SITUATION #13: Prior to competition in the pole vault event, the judge informs all 
valuters that the crossbar can only be positioned from a point 12 inches beyond 
the end of the stopboard (+12) to a position not to exceed 24 inches beyond the end 
of thestopboard (+24) m the direction of the landing pad. The judge also takes the 
time to actually show the vaullers the range of movement allowed on the 
equipment to be used, (a) A1 asks permission to position the bar at a +25, or (b) 
after Bl completes his vault, the judge discovers that 81 had purposely set the 
crossbar at a +10 position. 

RULING: In (a), the request will be denied. However, m (b), Bl is disqualified from 
further competition. (7-4-13) 

COMMENT: It is a good practice for the |udge of the pole vault event to review the 
range the crossbar may be moved with all vaulters by actually showing the 
vau Iters where the limits are on the standards they will be using (+1 2 to +24). Also, it 
is recommended that the judge make an effort to check the setting of each vaulter 
prior to the actual vault Therefore, any incorrect settings can be adjusted before a 
trial IS taken. It is also recommended that meet management permanently fix the 
standards so that they can only be adjusted from the minimum to the maximum 
range. This could be done by drilling a hole through the base just outside the +12 
and +24 settings and placing a bolt through the hole that would prohibit the 
movement of the crossbar beyond the approved range. 

SITUATION #14: Approximately halfway through the conference meet, an 
electrical storm suddenly appears and m the interest of safety, the games 
committee decides to suspend competition and resume the meet the next day 
When the meet was suspended, there wre four competitors remaining m the high 
jump and the bar was at 6'5" A1 and 81 had cleared the height while Cl and Dl 
had failed their first attempt. A2 had not had a trial at this height when Ihe storm hit 
RULING: Thegamescommittee was correct m suspending competition due to the 
hazardous weather. Unless there are conference, league or state associations 
rules which apply, all trials and marks made up to the suspension of competition 
shall stand When competition is resumed, it shall begin at Ihe point of interruption 
Regarding the high jump, the bar shall be set at 6'5". Al and Bl are still recorded 
as successfully clearing Ihe height, Cl and Dl will have two trials remaining, and 
A2 three trials. All competitors should have the opportunity to warm up with the bar 
at any height. (3-2-6: 3-2-7) 

SITUATION #15: During the running of th 4 x 2000 m relay. A2 is detected 
interferring with Bl as the two runners are entering the exchange zone. The 
inspector sees the interference and signals by waving a red flag overhead. At the 
conclusion of the race, Ihe inspector reports Ihe infraction to Ihe head inspector, 
who immediately notifies the head finish judge that Team A is disqualified. 



SITUATION #16: Bl is the only remaining competitor to successfully clear 6'7" in 

the high jump. He requests that the bar be raised to 6'9" so he can set a school 

record After the bar has been raised to 6'9", 81 removes his shoes prior to 

clearing the new height. The coach of Team A protests, claiming Bl was not 

wearing a legal uniform. 

RULING: The protest will be upheld Bl shall be disqualified for wearing an illegal 

uniform as the result of removing his shoes, (4-3-1: 4-3-2) 

COMMENT: It is not the responsibility of an event judge to caution contestants 

about adherence to the rules. However, an alert judge would have prevented this 

situation by informing the jumper about the uniform rule. Even though all other 

competitors have been eliminated, Ihe competition is not finished until 81 has 

taken his three trials or decided not to continue. 

SITUATION #17: Teammates Al and A2 are well ahead of the field m the 3200 

meter run, (a) Al keeps speeding up and slowing down allowing A2 to keep pace, 

(b) Al tells A2 of his intentions to pace him The referee overhears this 

conversation and disqualifies both Al and A2 The coach of Team A protests the 

referee's decision on the grounds that Ihe two were well ahead of Ihe field and it 

did not create an unfair advantage over the other competitors. 

RULING: Protest denied. (4-5-8a) 

COMMENT: Technically, A2 is committing an unfair act when he slows down and 

speeds up to pace his teammate A2 Therefore, the referee has the option of 

disqualification if he/she chooses When the referee overhead A2's conversation 

regarding his intention lo help A2, he considered that as a blatant violation of Rule 

4-5-8, which states it is an unfair act when the competitor has m any way been 

aided by a coach, teammate, or anyone connected directly or indirectly with the 

competitor concerned. The question here is not how far ahead of the field the 

competitors were, but did A2 aid A2. 

SITUATION #18: During the high jump competition at the conference meet, Al 

leaves the restricted area to confer with her coach between trials and ended up 

finishing the competition in first place Al the conclusion of the event, the coach of 

Team C appeals the final results on the grounds that Al should be disqualified for 

conferring with her coach outside Ihe restricted area between trials. 

RULING: Appeal denied. (4-5-8 Note) 

COMMENT: Al did not commit an unfair act by conferring with her coach, as long 

as It was outside the restricted area and between trials. 

SITUATION #19: The invitational track and field meet has been very tightly 

contested all day long between Team A and Team C. The score is tied going into 

the last event, Ihe 4 x 400 m relay Team C wins the event and is celebrating an 

apparent championship when the coach of Team A (Team A finished second) 

protests that C3 wore a watch during her leg of the relay. Upon examination of the 

arm of C3, the referee discoveres a small wrist watch. 

RULING: Team C shall be disqualified because C3 was weanng a watch. Team A 

will be awarded the team championship trophy. (4-5-8f) 

COMMENT: Again, the coach, clerk or starter could have prevented this situation 

had they noticed the watch prior to the competition. In which case the competitor 

would have been instructed to remove the watch The referee has no choice, but to 

disqualify Team C. 

SITUATION #20: In the 400 m dash, the runner in lane 7 wishes to set her blocks (a) 

over to the right side of the lane and when taking her position at the starting line, 

her right hand is over the outside land boundary, or (b) she sets her blocks at an 

angle causing the starting block to protrude across Ihe outside boundary 

RULING: This would not be permissible in either (a) or (b), as the runner and 

starting blocks must be within the contestant's lane, (5-2-3) 



BOYS & GIRLS TENNIS REGIONS 
RE-ALIGNMENT OF REGIONS 4 AND 7 

ELIZABETHTOWN - Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge County. Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown. Fort 
Knox, Green County, LaRue County, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor Count>', 
Washington County 

WEST JEFFERSON - Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Cross, Holy Rosary, Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Southwest 
Christian, Valley, Western, Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, North Bullitt 

NOTE: Grayson County will participate in the Bowling Green Region. 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1990 



@ 



1990 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASEBALL 

RULE INTERPRETATIONS 

PART II 




SITUATION #23: R1 and R2 are (a) betwwen second base and third base or (b) 
between first base and second base when a throw from the outfield goes into dead 

ball territory What are the award'' 

Ruling: In both (a) and (b) two bases are to be awarded In (a) this is not a problem. 

because both runners score In (b) the lead runner. R1 , is entitled to the two base 

award Rl is only awarded one base At notimecan atollowing runner.becauseof 

an award, force the lead runner beyond the base allowed according to the 

maximum award (8-3-3-c) 

SITUATIONS 324: With the bases loaded. F6 asks the base umpire how many are 

out The umpire indicates that there are two outs On the next pitch. B5 hits a 

ground ball to the second base side ot F6 F6 fields the ball, steps on the base and 

rolls the ball to the pitchers plate Thinking that was the third out. the defensive 

team leaves the field, only to be informed by the umpire-m-chief that that was the 

second out The coach of the defensive team appeals, claiming that the base 

umpire misinformed his players concerning the number of outs, which contributed 

to the opposing team's runs. 

Ruling; The defensive team has the responsibility to know how many outs there 

are Even though the umpire misinformed the defensive team, the play stands 

(10-2-3-g) 

SITUATION #25: Rl steals second before F2 can make a throw As Rl brushes 

himself off, F6 tells him that the ball was hit foul Rl starts back to first base and is 

immediately tagged out. Rl claims that F6's comment caused him to be put out and 

asks the umpire to nullify the out and allow him to remain at second base 

Ruling: Rl has the responsibility to know whether the ball was hit foul or not 

Furthermore, R1 s base coaches should have kept Rl informed Therefore, the out 

stands (10-3-3-g) 

SITUATION #26: With Rl on second base. B2 hits a line drive off the shm of Fl, 

causing F5 to change directions in an effort to field the ball. The change of 

directions places F5 directly m the path of R1. Rl is unable to avoid running into 

F5, which causes F5 to misplay the ball 

Ruling: Normally, the rjnner would be guilty of interference if he made contact 

with a fielder m the process of fieldmg a ball or attempting a play. In this instance, 

Rl was unable to alter his base path at the last second, because of the suddenness 

m which F5 changed directions Therefore, this is simply considered a collision, 

the ball remains ahve and the play stands 98-3-2, 8-4-2-d) 

SITUATION #27: During the game, the visiting teams coach complains to the 

umpire that the home team is letting ils players take batting practice in the batting 

cage next to the field The visiting team's coach complains to the umpire that the 

home team is getting an unfair advantage and that either the home team 

discontinue batting practice or it share the batting cage with the visiting team 

Ruling: The umpire has no jurisdiction over the use of equipment or facilities 

outside the confines of the field This is a matter that musst be settled between the 

two schools However, if batting practice is taken during the game and the pingmg 

sound of the metal bats becomes distracting, the umpire can prohibit further use of 

the batting cage (10-2-3-g) 

SITUATION #28: FT delivers an mside pitch As B1 attempts to avoid being hit by 

the pitch, the ball hits off the handle end of the bat and comes to rest in fair territory 

As 81 begins running to first base, the umpire calls "foul ball". 81 stops and starts 

to return.iusl as the umpire changes his mind and calls "fair ball'" F2 quickly picks 

up the ball and throws B1 out Bis coach tells the umpire that be reversing his call, 

he placed the batter in jeopardy The opposing team's coach, who was listening to 

the conversation, tells his rival coach thai the umpire has the prerogative to 

change his mmd, if he thinks he made a mistake. 

Ruling: Both coaches are correct However, an umpire may change his mind so as 

not to place a batter-runner or base runner in leopardy Therefore, the umpire must 

decide whether or not he thought 81 could have reached first base safely If in his 

judgment 81 could have, then he shall be ruled safe Otherwise, he shall be called 

out (10-2-3-g) 

SITUATION #29: With Rl on first base, Rl is tagged out while (a) being chased by a 

wasp, (b) being chased by a stray dog, (c) trying to remove an insect from his eye or 

idi experiencing a severe muscle cramp 

Ruling: In (a) and fb) the umpire will call "time" to prevent the runner from being 

lagged out, since the wasp and dog are a threat to the runner's safety The runner 

IS not protected m (c) and (d), because these are matters that he has control over 

somewhat In these instances it is reasonable to assume the runner could request 

time before leaving the base 



SITUATION #30: Prior to the game, the visiting team's coach notices that the 

pitcher's mound is a portable or artificial type pitching mound. He consults the 

umpires 

Ruling: A portable or artificial mound is illegal and shall be removed before the 

game begins (1-2-1) 

SITUATION #31: Rl is on first base, 83 hits a ground ball to F5- Rl is forced at 

second, but 83 is safe at first base The coach of the defensive team discovers that 

B3 was an improper batter and brings it to the umpire's attention 

Ruling: 82 is declared out and returns to first (7-1 -2-b) 

SITUATION#32: with two strikes on B1,B1 swings and misses a pitch that hits the 

ground and goes directly into F2's glove Is 81 out. or can he attempt to advance to 

Ruling: Had the ball not touched the ground, 82 would have been out. Since the 

ball did touch the ground, 82 is entitled to try to advance to first base the same as if 

Ihe catcher dropped a third strike. (7-4-1 -b) 

SITUATION #33: F8 twists his ankle chasing a fly ball. His coach is granted a time 

out to attend the injury Atthe same time, the assistant coach goes to the mound to 

visit with the pitcher Should a charged conference be assessed'' 

Ruling: No Since time is already out, the assistant coach is free to have a 

conference Likewise, the coach of the team at bat may have a conference with his 

players In either case, there is no penalty provided the game is not further delayed. 

If it IS. then a conference should be charged (3-4-1) 

SITUATION #34: With (a) one out or (b) two outs and Rl on third. 82 hits a long fly to 

left field The third base coach grabs Rl to keep him from advancing in the event 

F7 catches the fly ball 

Ruling: In (a) and (b) the ball is dead immediately and the runner is called out. 

because of his coach's interference In (a) the home run counts However, in (b) it 

does not (3-2-2.9-1-1) 

SITUATION #35: With two outs and two strikes on 83, 83 swings and misses a 

pitch in the dirt The ball bounces forward off the catcher 83 hits the ball as he is 

"unwinding from his swing " The ball rolls into lair territory, allowing the batter to 

reach first base safely 

Ruling: The umpire shall call interference and rule accordingly (2-5-3. 7-3-5. 

8-4-2-b) 

SITUATION #36: On a windy day, with the score tied in the bottom of the seventh 

inning, two outs, the bases loaded and a full count on B6, B6 tries to check his 

swing F2 stands up as the pitch reaches the plate, obstructing the plate umpire's 

view The plate umpire asks for help from his partner umpiring at first. The base 

umpire signals that he did not see it. because dust got in his eyes As both teams 

gather for the call around the umpires, one of the spectators, who has been 

videotaping the game, suggests they look at the video tape and then make the call. 

Ruling: Theuseof video tape to decide the outcome of a play is not allowed. In this 

case, if the umpires did not see the batter swing, then he "did not" Therefore the 

play stands (10-1-3 Note) 

SITUATION #37: With Rl at first and R2 at second and one out, 84 pops up m the 

infield The umpire does not call "Infield Fly " F5 and F6, trying to catch the ball, 

bump into each other The ball rolls away from the fielders Both runners advance. 

84. initially thinking he was supposed to be out because of the mfield fly rule. 

decides to run to first F6. upon recovering the ball, sees B5 halfway to first and 

tnes to throw him out The ball goes over the head of F3 Rl and R2 score and 84 

ends up at second The coach of Ihe defensive team informs the umpire that the 

infield fly rule was in effect Therefore, 84 should be out and that had the umpire 

called It like he should have. F6 would not have played on B4, so no runs would 

have scored He claims thai Rl and R2 should return to Ihe bases they occupied at 

the time ot Ihe pitch 

Ruling: "Infield fly" was not called, so the play stands (2-8-5, 7-4-f) 

SITUATION #38: With Rl on first base, B2 hits fly ball to right field Rl is stealing on 

Ihe pitch After touching second, he thinks F9 may catch the ball and in trying to get 

back to first, does not touch second base Is the force still on'' 

Ruling: The force is m effect Additionally, the defense may throw the ball to 

second base and put out Rl for not touching the base on the way back to first. 

12-12-3,8-2 Penalty) 

SITUATION #39: Team A has had three charged conferences by the fifth inning 

With the game ties m the sixth innmg, the coach of Team A informs the umpire that 

(a) F6 and Fl are going to trade positions or (b) that 81 is replacing Fl Can the 

pitcher who is being replaced return to pitch later in the game, or is this considered 

a charged conference'' 

Ruling: In (a) and (b) the pitcher being replaced may return to pitch The umpire 

shall permit the coach to switch players or substitute, provided the coach does not 

take advantage of the situation by having a conversation or conference with any of 

Ihe players A violation shall result m a charged conference being assessed, which 

would be more than allowed, resulting m the pitcher not being able to return to 

pitch (3-1-2 Note) 



During the 1989-90 school year, we are very pleased to have the opportunity to 
provide accident insurance coverage for students attending the following high 
schools: 



Adair County 
Anderson County 
Apollo 
Assumption 
Ballard Memorial 
Bardstown 
Barren County 
Bath County 
Beechwood 
Belfry 
Bell County 
Bethlehem 
Bourbon County 
Bowling Green 
Boyd County 
Boyle County 
Braclten County 
Breckinridge County 
Buclthorn 
Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
Burgin 

Caldwell County 
Calloway County 
Campbell County 
Cawood 
Clinton County 
Corbin 

Covington Catholic 
Cumberland 
Cumberland County 
Danville 



Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dilce Combs 

DraKesboro 

East Hardin 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairview 

Fleming-Neon 

Fordsville 

Fulton County 

Garrard County 

Glasgow 

Graham 

Graves County 

Grayson County 

Greenup Coun^ 

Harlan 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Henderson County 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Holy Rosary 

Hughes-Kirk 

Jenkins 



Jessamine County 

Johnson Central 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Larue County 

Laurel County 

Lawrence County 

Letcher 

Lincoln County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Logan County 

Ludlow 

M.C.Napier 

Madison Central 

Madison Southern 

Magoffin County 

Marion County 

Marshall County 

Mason County 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

McLean County 

Meade County 

Menifee County 

Middlesboro 

Montgomery County 

Morgan County 

Muhlenberg Central 

Murray 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 

Nicholas County 



North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pulaski County 

Raceland 

Rockcastle County 

Rose Hill Christian 

Russell County 

Russellville 

Sheldon Clark 

Somerset 

St. Xavier 

Todd County Central 

Trigg County 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Union County 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Hardin 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Woodford County 



It has been our pleasure working with the following high schools for at least 10 
years (some for 15 years). Thanl< you for the continued confidence you place 
with us. 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Evarts 

Fordsville 

Glasgow 

Harlan 

Harrodsburg 

Hazard 

Henderson County 

Highlands 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Jenkins 

Kentucky School frt Deaf 

Laurel County 

Lincoln County 

M.C.Napier 

McLean County 

Meade County 



Ballard Memorial 

Bath County 

Bethlehem 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Breckinridge County 

Buckhorn 

Bullitt Central 

Bullitt East 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

Cawood 

Clinton County 

Corbin 

Cumberland 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dilce Combs 

East Hardin 



Middlesboro 

Nelson County 

Newport Central Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Pineville 

Rockcastle County 

Russell County 

Russellville 

Somerset 

St. Xavier 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Wayne County 

West Hardin 



We appreciate the opportunity to offer our football, athletic and student 
accident insurance plans to Kentucky High Schools. 

Call us, toll free, to discuss insurance programs for your school. 



SCHOLASTIC INSURORS, INC. 

1 - 800 - 872 - 1953 

PO Box 3194 

Johnson City, TN 37601 




FB680 Series 

Black plates with gold trim and gold engraving plate; wain 
woodgrain board. Illustrated portions are in color. "Coach" 
shown; other choices include: Basketball, Baseball, Footba 
Gavel, Certificate of Appreciation, Soccer, Golf. Lamp of Kno' 
ledge, MVP and Service Award. 




nd gold plaque board with gold alu 
igraving plate. Choice of figure. 




J14.40 
$17.10 
S23.85 




8'. X 11";" o 


ak 


woodgrain boa 


rd 


with cutouts f 


or 


5 X 7" team p 


c- 


ture and iVi 


X 


5" player p 


c. 


This price 


n- 


eludes engrav 


fd 


player 


e. 


date and tea 


m 




8520 Series 




A 7x9" 


$11.25 


B 8 X 10" 


$12.60 


C 9 X 12" 


$14.85 


Walnut finish 


board 


with black brass en- 


graving plate 


& ac- 


tivity insert 


at the 




FBI 200 Relief Plaque 




6 X 8" 




$8.00 


7 X 9" 




$9.25 


8 X 10" 




$10.50 


Walnut 


woodgrain 


board 


with gold 


plaque re 


lef and 


gold engr 


aving plate 


Your 


choices i 


iclude ba 


ketball. 


football, s 


occer (she 


wn). a 


lamp of 


knowledge 


track 


and baseb 


all. 






Z46 
Z68 



5 X 7" $6.25 

7 X 9" $8.25 



Black with gold trim plate 
on a woodgrain board. 
Illustrations suitable for 
coach, manager, football, 
soccer, basketball, cheer- 
leading, track, tennis, 
wrestling, baseball and a 
lamp of knowledge. 




Was $12.95 
2114 8 X 10" Now $9.95 

Silver metal plaque with engraving 
plates available in red, blue or 
green. Quantities are limited. 




J170 



Oak woodgrain board with assorted 
inserts available. Quantities are lim- 




5503B 5x7' 

5503C 6x8' 

Black and gold plaqu 
gold aluminum engra' 



$6.50 
$8.00 



board with 
ng plate. 



Riherd's Sport Shop (502) 651-5143=== 

231 West Main 1-800-274-4373 
L=Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 Call for Our Latest Catalog!: 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
P O Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org 
US Postage 

PAID 
Richmond. KY 
Permit No 108 







Official Publication of 

The Kentucky High School 

Athletic Association 

Member ol National Federation ol State High Scliool Associations 



»'r^r.-^* »-- 



CHEMICAL HEALTH 



-IargeT 



OPINIONS 



Drugs Can Snuff Out Life 

by Scott Taylor 

(With apologies to Ernest L. Thayer, whose original "Casey at the Bat" was published June 3. 1888. in the San Francisco Examiner, 
and bore the subtitle "A Ballad of the Republic. ") 

The outlook isn't brilliant for some athletes of our day, their social llvesgetmoreattention.msteadof how they play — the deaths of 
Bias and Rogers, baseball drug sentences and the sort — causing a sickly silence to fall upon the patrons of all sports. 

Yet only a few fans apparently have been turned off, all the rest cling to that hope which "springs eternal in the human breast." 
They think, "Only reckless athletes are doing drugs, it seems: we'd put up even money now — we know at least Casey's still clean." 

But Flynn befriended mighty Casey as did Jimmy Grimes. The former was a pusher and the latter had done some time; so upon that 
stricken relationship grim melancholy did accompany, for there seemed but little chance of Casey staying drug-free. 

Yes. Flynn and Grimes did often share their penchant for social vices, and, at first, for the time being, 

Casey didn't consider it a crisis 

But as the three made merry and partied, the public saw what had occurred, Casey was becoming a confidant — 

the malicious pair had recruited a third 

Casey was thriving on it all — the attention, the money, the fame — and, ignoring the public's warnings, started living in the fast lane. 
Those from outside looking in at the situation could easily see that Casey, mighty Casey, was keeping poor company. 

There was ease in Casey's manner as he walked into the small party; there was pride in Casey's bearing and a smile just as hardy. 
Passing off invitations to participate, he lightly gave a shrug — no stranger in the crowd could doubt that Casey wouldn't do drugs. 

But away from the public eye, off the field and out of position, Casey came face to face with another kind of opposition: 
Alcohol, drugs, substances, pills — everything that's now called "hip" 
First defiance gleamed in Casey's eye, a sneer curled Casey's lip. 

Aroma of liquor and freebasing and marijuana filled the air. and Casey stood a-watching it in haughty grandeur there, 

They Flynn held a bottle, a joint and pills up close to Casey's head. "That ain't my style," said Casey. "We'll see," Flynn quietly said. 

With a smile of Christian charity, great Casey's visage shone; he stilled the rising tumult, he bade the drugs be gone. 

Yet the drugs stayed, and Casey stayed, still trying to ignore it all, and soon we'll see that indifference was the start of Casey's fall. 

After Casey's first refusal, the party's festive mood began to fester, encouragement turned to bitterness, 
the pleasure turned to pressure, 

"Then tell him to get lost," shouted Grimes from near the back wall, and it's likely they'd have excluded him 
had not Casey started to stall. 

"Why nof" encouraged so-called friends, and Casey echoed, "Why not?" Unassuming, Casey then complied — Flynn and 

Grimes knew he now was caught. 

They saw his face grow stern and cold; they saw his muscles strain; and they knew that Casey wouldn't 

let drugs go by untouched again. 

The sneer is gone from Casey's lip; his face is tense and fraught. He snorts with cruel violence the 

white powder from off the tabletop. 

Knees wobbling from the instant high, he's forced to take a sit; Casey's only goal now is to better the force of is first "hit." 

Oh' somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright; the band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light. 
And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout; but there is not joy in sports — 
Casey's life has been snuffed out. 

Taylor is the prep sports editor of the Salt Lake City Deseret News. * Reprinted from On TARGET May 1990. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Publication of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL LI, NO. 10 



MAY, 1990 



$10.00 PER YEAR 



Newly Elected Board Of Control Members 




Eddie Saylor Ray Story Harry Jansing 



A trio of veteran administrators in Kentucky's school 
systems have been added to the Board of Control of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Eddie Saylor, Principal of Blackmont Elementary School in 
Hulen, joined the Board of Control last fall in a special election 
held to fill the unexpired term of Pearl Ray Lefevers. Lefevers, 
formerly the Principal at Bell County High School, resigned 
that position to enter private business, and relinquished his 
seat on the Board of Control. Saylor was elected by the Board 
Appointed Representatives of the 1 3th and 1 4th Regions, and 
will serve until July of 1992. 

Saylor is a 1 968 graduate of Bell County High School where 
he was a basketball, football and track participant. He 
subsequently attended Cumberland College on a basketball 
scholarship, and received his MA. and Rank I Certification 
from Union College. He has been employed by the Bell 
County School system for the last eighteen (18) years, 
including the last eleven in his current position. 

On being elected to the Board, Saylor said, "I have always 
had a great interest in high school athletics and I look forward 
to combining my experiences and thoughts with the other 
members and doing what is best for the entire state." He and 
his wife Pamela have two daughters, Lisa and Scarlett. 

To say that Ray Story is a veteran of the high school 
athletics scene would perhaps be the understatement of the 
year. Story is the first person to be elected to a third term on 
the Board since the rotation plan for the election of Board 
members was adopted in the early 1 970's. Story will serve the 
5th and 6th regions and will replace Pleasure Ridge Park 
Principal Charles IVliller. 

Story has always had a strong commitment to the K.H.S.A.A. 
as has been evidenced by his previous tenure on the Board. "I 
have always found the organization to be first class," he said. 

A graduate of Memorial High School in Lincoln County, 
Story was a member of the school's basketball and baseball 
teams. He then attended Campbellsville College, receiving 
his degree in English, followed by graduate work at Western 
Kentucky University where he received his Master's and 
Rank I certification. 

His career began as an elementary teacher in Vine Grove. 
In 1963, he was hired to teach English at North Hardin, and 
became Assistant Principal in 1965. In 1967, he was named 
Principal, a position he held until 1 988 when he assumed his 
current position as Assistant Superintendent of the Hardin 
County Schools. 

Story and his wife Sue, have two sons, Mark and Tim. 

Another not-so-newcomer to the high school athletic 
scene in Kentucky will begin his term on the Board this fall as 
Father Harry Jansing of Trinity High School takes the position 
left open by the expiration of the term of office of the current 
Board of Control President, Sam Chandler of Shelbyville. 
Jansing will serve Regions 7 and 8, and like Story, has a term 
to last until 1994. 



Jansing's education began at St. George Grade School, 
followed by one year at St. Xavier High School before entering 
the Seminary at St. Mary His education was completed at St. 
Meinrad Seminary in Indiana, and he was ordained a priest in 
1955. 

In the fall of that year, Jansing was hired to teach Algebra, 
Geometry, and Mechanical Drawing at Trinity. He was named 
Athletics Business Manager in 1970, and Athletic Director in 
the fall of 1971, a position he continued to hold today. 

Jansing has been active in Jefferson County, State, and 
National Athletics. He serves as Treasurer for the LIT. and 
6th and 7th Regional Basketball Tournaments, and the 
Jefferson County Football Playoffs, as well as holding a 
similar position with the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Directors Association 

He has received numerous awards for excellence in 
athletic administration, and in 1989 was among the first in the 
country to be named Certified Athletic Administrator. His 
hobbies include computer programming, and he has been 
active on the national and state level with the use of 
computers in athletics administration. 

Jansing hopes to be able to contribute to the Board in many 
ways, and feels that "as a private school administrator, I hope 
to bring additional insights into Board of Control discussions." 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association metatthe K.H.S.A A. Office Building in Lexington, 
Kentucky, on Thursday, April 19. 1990. The meeting was 
called to order at 8:00 a.m. by President Sam Chandler. All 
Board Members except Charles Henry were present along 
with Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout and Sports 
Information Director Julian Tackett were present. Mr Harry 
Loy was present representing the State Department of 
Education. Mr. Chandler gave the invocation. 

Huston DeHaven made a motion, seconded by Sandy Allen, 
that the minutes of the March 16 meeting of the Board be 
approved. The motion passed. Marvin Moore abstained. 

Charles Miller moved that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning March 1 and ending March 31, 1990 be 
approve. The motion was seconded by David Points and 
passed unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave the following report on 
the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments; 
Boys Attendance: 123,704 

Ticket Sales $858,135.00 
Expenses: $230,607.72 (approx.) 




Girls 



Attendance: 
Ticket Sales: 
Expenses: 



30,416 
$135,295.00 
$ 92,314.44 (approx.) 



Mr. Wise stated that the final audit would appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete". 

Continued on Page Two 



PAGE TWO 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



MAY, 1990 



VOL. LI, NO. 10 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 560 E. 
Cooper Dr , P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522. 

Third class postage paid at Richmond, Kentucky. Acceptance 
for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 
1103 Act of October 3, 1917, authorized May 3, 1926. 
Publication No. 293080 

Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to: 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor ANNE WESLEY MAYS 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JULIAN TACKETT 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President - Sam Chandler (1986-1990) Shelbyville; Vice- 
President - David Points (1988-1991) Mt. Sterling: Directors 
-Sandy Allen (1988-1992) Louisville, Huston DeHaven (1987- 
1991) Hardmsburg, Charles Henry (1988-1992) Paducah, 
Alvis Johnson, (1989-1993) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller 
(1 986-1 990) Louisville, Marvin Moore (1988-1 992) Morehead, 
Jack Portwood (1989-1993) Stanford, Bob Rogers (1989- 
1 993) Murray, Eddie Saylor (1 989- 1 992) Molus, Liz Trabandt 
(1 988-1 991 ) Ashland; State Department of Education - Harry 
Loy, Frankfort. 

Subscription Rate $10 00 per year 



Minutes of the Board Meeting continued from Page 1 

The next item on the Agenda were presentations by John 
Joy. representing Scholastic Insurers: Doug Ruedlinger. 
Ruedlinger Companies: and Brad Blane, representing Al 
Torstrick Insurance with regard to Catastrophic Insurance 
coverage for athletes 

Following their presentations. President Chandler 
appointed the following committee to study each proposal 
and to make a recommendation to the full Board: Tom Mills, 
Bob Rogers, Alvis Johnson, David Points, Marvin Moore and 
Sam Chandler 

Sam Chandler presented the recommendations of the 
Executive Committee. 

1) Each member school Principal be guaranteed two 
complimentary tickets and an opportunity to purchase two 
adjoining tickets and that each member school Superin- 
tendent be guaranteed one complimentary ticket and an 
opportunity to buy one adjoining ticket in the lower side arena 
section for the boys and girls State Basketball Tournament, 
Bob Rogers moved to accept and Charlie Miller seconded 
Motion passed 

2) Any K H S.A.A. staff member who has been employed for 
at least five years be allowed to carry over five (5) days of 
vacation into the next year, thereby allowing a maximum of 
twenty days accumulated vacation time. Alvis Johnson 
moved to accept, Charlie Miller seconded. The motion 
passed 

3) With regard to personnel salaries and contracts for 
1990-91, Charlie Miller moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson 
that the recommendations of the Executive Committee be 
approved The motion passed 

4) That Mr, Mills contact a consultant to assist with the 
construction of a salary schedule for staff members that is in 
comparison with other state associations, and report his 
findings to the Board in October. Bob Rogers moved to accept 
with Sandy Allen seconding the motion. The motion passed. 

An appeal hearing on behalf of Denny Rugate was the next 



item on the Agenda. Those present for the hearing were his 
attorney, Robin Webb, Court Reporter Susan Saylor, and 
K.H.S A.A attorney Phil Scott Following a lengthy 
presentation and questions to Mr. Fugate by the Board 
members, Marvin Moore moved to go into Executive Session 
to discuss this matter. David Points seconded the motion 
which carried. Bob Rogers then moved to return to Open 
Session Marvin Moore seconded the motion which carried. 

Bob Rogers made a motion, seconded by Marvin Moore 
that the ruling of the Commissioner be upheld and that Mr. 
Fugates appeal be denied. The motion passed unanimously. 
Mr Mills explained that a hearing has been requested by M.C. 
Napier High School's Principal and Superintendent for 
reinstatement. 

Charlie Miller made a motion that David Points be elected 
President of the Board for the 1990-91 school year. Marvin 
Moore seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 
Jack Portwood nominated Alvis Johnson to serve as Vice 
President. Marvin Moore seconded the motion, which passed 
unanimously. 

President Chandler then called on representatives of 
Louisville and Lexington to present their bids on the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournaments. Jane Foley of the Lexington 
Convention Bureau, and Mike Detenber, Bob DeSpain and 
Marvin Holthouser representing the City of Louisville 
presented joint bids for the years 1992 through 1995. 
Lexington extended an invitation to host the tournament in 
1993 and 1995. Louisville likewise extended an invitation to 
host the tournament in 1992 and 1994. 

Sam Chandler moved to accept Lexington and Louisville's 
bids as presented Sandy Allen seconded the motion. The 
motion passed with no negative votes 

The following persons then presented bids to host the Girls 
Basketball Tournaments: Bowling Green - Pam Hernford, 
W K.U.: Horace Shrader, Bowling Green-Warren County 
Tourist Convention Commission, Frankfort - Steve Brooks 
and Jack Williams, City of Frankfort: Ellen Briscoe, Capital 
Plaza Authority, Richmond - Don Combs, EK.U Following 
the presentations, Eddie Saylor made a motion that the Girls 
Basketball Tournament sites be granted as follows: 1992 - 
Eastern Ky University: 1 993 & 1 995 - Frankfort; 1 994 & 1 996 - 
Western Kentucky University. Marvin Moore seconded the 
motion which passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills then presented an appeal on behalf of 
Paula Dials, Sheldon Clark High School. Following a 
discussion of Paula's injury and the reason for her appeal, the 
Board directed the Commissioner to obtain more information 
and present it at the July meeting. 

Exec Asst. Wise presented the following proposal from the 
State Golf Committee to the Board for their consideration: (1 ) 
Organized golf practice cannot begin prior to July 1 5; (2) the 
season will begin August 20 and end the first week in 
October: (3) Regional play will be October 8-10; (4) The State 
Golf Tournament will be October 16-17. Marvin Moore moved 
to approve the Committee's proposal. Alvis Johnson 
seconded the motion which passed unanimously. 

Mr. Wise's next item regarded another item proposed by 
the State Golf Committee. They recommended that teams be 
allowed to designate five golfers and play four for both 
regional and state tournament play, effective in the fall of 
1 990. Sandy Allen made a motion, seconded by Charlie Miller, 
that this Item be referred to the All-Sports Committee. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

A Basketball Rules Experimentation was the next item 
presented for discussion. Mr. Wise recommended the 
following experiments for use during the 1990-91 baskeball 
season: 1) Both personal and technical fouls shall count 
toward a player being disqualified from the game for a fi**h 
(5th) foul; 2) Eliminate the bonus free throw provisions. After 
SIX (6) fouls have been assessed to a team during a half (on the 
seventh (7th) foul), all fouls will carry a two (2) shot foul 
penalty. Mr Wise explained to the Board that the National 
Federation Basketball Rules Committee is considering these 
experiments for the purpose of eliminating a slow down at the 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



PAGE THREE 



end of the game. Following a discussion of these experiments, 
the Board suggested that Mr. Wise talk with a samplmg of 
coaches across the State and report back to the Board in July. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control is scheduled to be 
held at Lake Barkley State Resort Park July 26-28, 1990. 

Commissioner Stout presented the following proposals 
from the State Slow Pitch Softball Committee: 

1) The State Softball Tournament be played on Friday and 
Saturday, May 25 & 26, 1990. 

2) Beginning In 1991, the State Softball Tournament be a 
double elimination. 

3) Recommends that the officials' fees for the 1991 Softball 
season be increased to $17. per game The .15 per mile will 
continue to be paid for all miles over 50 miles. 

Charlie Miller made a motion to approve item 1) and 
therefore moving the State Softball Tournament to May 25-26. 
Eddie Saylor seconded the motion. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Bob Rogers made a motion that items 2) and 3) be referred 
to the All-Sports Committee and be considered at the July 
meeting. Charlie Miller seconded the motion which passed 
unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion of the proposals of the 
Football Committee, Bob Rogers moved that the Class A 
alignment be approved as submitted. Liz Trabandt seconded 
the motion and it passed 1 1 -0. 

Alvis Johnson moved that the Class AA alignment be 
approved as submitted. Sandy Allen seconded the motion 
and It passed unanimously. 

Sandy Allen made the motion that the Class AAA alignment 
be approved as submitted by the Football Committee. Sam 
Chandler seconded the motion and it passed by a vote to 10-1 
with Eddie Saylor being opposed. 

Bob Rogers then moved that that Class AAAA alignment as 
presented by the Football Committee be approved. The 
motion was seconded by Sandy Allen and it passed 1 1 -0. 

Sandy Allen then moved that the following recommenda- 
tions be approved as submitted by the Football Committee: 

1) A school, upon application of the principal to the 
Commissioner, may be permitted to move to a lower 
classification if its enrollment varies 10% or more from the 
enrollment figure that placed it in its present classification. 
However, no school may remain in a lower classification if its 
enrollment dictates otherwise. 

2) That a separate drawing be conducted by the Board of 
Control for Regional winners in each class to determine the 
site and pairings for each game. Also, the teams that are 
required to travel will receive an additional grant, to be 
determined by the Board of Control, from the K.H.S.A.A. to 
help defray their expenses. 

3) That the request from Pikeville High School that would 
allow eleven (11) weekends to play ten (10) football games 
during the regular season be tabled. 

Charlie Miller seconded the motion to approve the above 
recommendations and it passed 1 1 -0. 

The Insurance Committee recommended that the 
deductible portion of the Catastrophic Insurance Plan carried 
by the Association be set at $25,000. for the 1990-91 school 
year and that the Commissioner notify the member schools of 
this decision immediately. Charlie Miller moved, seconded by 
Alvis Johnosn that the recommendation be approved. The 
motion passed 11-0. 

Mr. Mills presented the Report of the Building Committee as 
follows: WHW Venture, a limited partnership, has offered to 
sell to the K.H.S.A.A. 2.01 acres (more or less), located at the 
Southwest Corner of Block F, Unit 1 -B of Bluegrass Executive 
Park. Winchester Road, Lexington. Kentucky for $401 .745.00. 

Liz Trabandt made the motion that the K.H.S.A.A. purchase 
the above described property to be used for the purpose of 
building a new administration building, a portion of which 
would house a Hall of Fame and Museum. Huston DeHaven 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills then explained that the Building Committee was 
recommending a sale price of $925,000. for the present 




K M.S. A. A. Office Building located at 560 East Cooper Drive. 
Marvin Moore moved, seconded by Huston DeHaven, that the 
recommendations of the Building Committee be approved. All 
members voted aye. Mr. Mills explained that the ma|or portion 
of the cost of the building site was funded through donations 
by corporate sponsors and private individuals. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned. 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

ANNUAL MEETING 

April 20, 1990 



The 73rd Annual Meeting of the Delegate Assembly of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association was held on 
Friday, April 20. 1990 at the K.H.S.A.A Office Building, 560 
East Cooper Drive, Lexington, Kentucky. The invocation was 
given by C K. Henry. 

President Sam Chandler called the meeting to order at 
11:00 a.m. Sixty-five elected delegates or alternates 
answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on the 
activities of the Association during the 1989-90 school year. 
Arthur Jackson moved, seconded by Jim Reed, that the report 
be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. (The 
Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this issue of 
the "Athlete") 

Commissioner Mills introduced newly elected members on 
the Board of Control to the Delegate Assembly as follows: 
Representing Regions 5-6, Ray Story, Deputy Superintendent 
of Hardin County Schools, Representing Regions 7-8, Father 
Harry Jansing. Athletic Director. Trinity High School. 

President Chandler stated that presentation of proposals 
was the next order of business. 

PROPOSAL I 

Principal Tom Swartz, Pikeville High School proposes that 
the following be added to By-Law 6, Transfer Rule: 

"Students who are ineligible under the provisions of this 
rule may not practice until they are ruled eligible by the 
Commissioner." 

Don Jones moved, seconded by Bill Wells, that Proposal I 
be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 58-1. 

PROPOSAL II 

Principal Peter Flalg, Trinity High School submits the 
following proposal for consideration: 

PROPOSAL: To amend By-Law 25, Nos. 1.(5), 2.(5), 3.(5), 
4.(5). 5a. (5). 6.(5). 7.(5), 8.(5), 9.(5), 1 0.(5), 1 1 (5), 1 2.(5). AMEND 
"The season ends at all levels of play (9-12) at the conclusion 
of the varsity team's last regular season contest ... TO READ 
"The season ends at all levels of play (9-12) ON THE 
SATURDAY PRECEEDING THE FIRST K.H.S.A.A. 
TOURNAMENT (District. Region, or State). 

PURPOSE: To establish a uniform end of season for all 
levels of all schools, not dependent on an arbitrary varsity 
scheduling date. As the By-Law now stands, if the last Varsity 
game is on a Tuesday, although a game could have been 
scheduled on the following Saturday, the Freshman and 
Junior Varsity teams are not permitted to play after that last 
Varsity Game. This amendment would allow the non-varsity 
teams to play up to the last date a Varsity game COULD BE 
SCHEDULED. 

George Steele moved, seconded by Paul Dotson, that 
Proposal II be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 53-5. 

PROPOSAL III 

Principal George Johns. Dayton High School proposes that 

Continued on Page Four 



PAGE FOUR 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



"Minutes of the Annual Meeting" Continued from Page Tt}ree 

the following changes be made in the Constitution of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
ARTICLE IV ADMINISTRATION AND LEGISLATION 
Section 1, Officers (Be changed to read) 

The officers of the Association shall be a Commissioner 
and a Board of Control composed of Twenty-two (22) 
members, at least four (4) of whom shall be black and two (2) 
of whom shall be female 
B BOARD OF CONTROL 

1 Members of the Board of Control shall be elected for a 
period of four (4) years by a vote of the representatives 
of member schools in each region. 

2 There shall be one (1) member from each of the sixteen 
(16) Basketball Regions 

3 In addition there shall be four (4) blacks and two (2) 
females elected (Federal Court Decree), two (2) blacks 
shall be elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 and 
two (2) blacks shall be elected to represent Regions 9 
through 16 

4 All Board of Control members shall be full-time 
certified employees of their respective Boards of 
Education 

5 Notifications to the Representatives of each school in 
each REGION, in which the member is to be elected, 
must be made by the Commissioner not later than 
January 1 

6 To be eligible for membership to the Board of Control, 
one must be a certified employee of an accredited 
KH.S.A.A member school or system in the region 
he/she is to represent and must remain in that region 
during his/her term of office Serving in a part-time 
capacity or on leave of absence or on sick leave in any 
of these capacities will terminate the eligibility of the 
member and the remaining members of the Boardd 
shall fill the vacancy within sixty (60) days in the same 
manner as that prescribed for the regular election of 
the Board Members 

7 Nominations for membership on the Board of Control, 
signed by five (5) representatives, of their REGION. 
shall be in the hands of the Commissioner, for 
REGIONS that elect during the year, not later than 
midnight January 31 

8 Ballots for election shall be distributed by the 
Commissioner before February 1 5. and returned on or 
before March 1. 

9 Results of the election be tabulated by the 
Commissioner, announced at the meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, and published in the May issue of 
the "Athlete" 

10 Terms of Board Members shall be staggered so that 
five (5) or six (6) will be elected each year. 

11 At the Organization Meeting in July, the members of 
the Board of Control shall elect from their membership 
a President and Vice-President to serve for one (1) 
year They shall not be eligible to serve for more than 
two (2) one-year terms in succession The 
Superintendent of Public Instruction shall designate a 
liaison person to meet with the Board of Control but to 
have no vote as a member of the Board of Control 

* Note: At the direction of the Board of Control, the 
Comissioner has sought and obtained a legal opinion from 
counsel for the KM S.A.A. that the proposed increase would 
be in violation of the Federal Court decree which establishes 
minority representation. 

N.D. Cowden moved, seconded by Jim Weyer, that 
Proposal III be adopted. The motion failed to pass by a vote of 
32-30. 



"All votes received in a referendum shall be opened and 
counted at the same meeting." 

Waymond Morris moved, seconded by Walter Freeman, 
that Proposal IV be adopted. The motion passed by a vote of 
56-3 

PROPOSAL V 

The K H S A A Board of Control proposes that By-Law 25. 
Section 1 1 (3). Limitation of Seasons - Volleyball, be changed 
to read as follows "The first match shall not take place prior to 
the fourth (4th) Monday in August". George Steele moved, 
seconded by Virgil Yates, that Proposal V be adopted. The 
motion passed by a vote of 51-1 

Guy Strong moved, seconded by Father Harry Jansing, that 
the meeting be adjourned The motion passed unanimously 



Game Guy 
Award 

TOM HERGOTT 
Beechwood H.S. 




The Game Guy Trophy is awarded to a high school athlete 
in the State of Kentucky who has overcome a physical 
handicap and participated in high school athletics Tom was 
the unanimous choice of the K.H. S.A.A. Game Guy Award 
Committee for the 1990 trophy. 

Tom IS a senior at Beechwood High School in Ft. Mitchell, 
where he is the manager for the football team. 

Tom was born with Spina Bifida. He is partially paralyzed 
from the waist down The doctors told his parents that he 
would not live through the night. They told them that he would 
not live past five years of age. They also told them that he 
would never walk — he would be in a wheelchair for the rest 
of his life. 

Tom has dealt with a lot of adversity in his lifetime. He has 
undergone 14 operations. He has had both of his femurs 
broken so that the doctors could reset his legs as they were 
beginning to turn backwards. He was operated on to have 
both hips dislocated and his muscles cut from the pelvis and 
then reattached. Tom spent months at a time in body casts. 

Tom's involvement in athletics at Beechwood began three 
years ago when he became a Varsity Football f\/lanager. 
Tom's ability to carry heavy equipment is limited; however, 
this IS the only part of his job that is limited, Tom has been at 
every practice for the last three years. He is there in 95° 
weather in August and he is there when it is near 0° in late 
November. Tom is as much a part of the Football Program as 
anyone who has ever played for Brechwood. He not only 
carries towels and water, but he is an inspiration to everyone 
who has come into contact with him. EVERYONE WHO HAS 
GONE THROUGH THE FOOTBALL PROGRAM HAS 
BENEFITTED FROM KNOWING TOM HERGOTT. 

With all these problems, one might think that Tom would be 
a sullen, depressed individual. Quite the opposite is true. 
"Tom Hergott is the most determined and positive person I 
know", says Beechwood Athletic Director Bernie Barre, "He 
has defied the odds and won. He really is a remarkable 
person." 



PROPOSAL IV 

Principal Waymond Morris, Daviess County High School, 
proposed that the following sentence be added to Article IX, 
Section 3, Referendum at the end of paragraph. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



PAGE FIVE 




1989-90 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Two hundred ninety-three schools joined the Association 
for the 1 989-90 school year. Six of these schools enroll girls 
only and six have only boys. In 1988-89 there were 293 
schools, in 1987-88 there were 291. 

There were 202 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played at the 
Fairgrounds. Louisville Attendance was approximately 
15.796 and ticket receipts were $77,952. Expenses involved 
in conducting the state football playoff were $33,178. The 
approximate gross receipts from the Football District. 
Regional and Sectional Playoff games were $31 9,563.46 with 
expenses of conducting these games reported as $95,254.07 
Paid attendance at the 60 games was approximately 85,238. 
All profits from the District. Regional and Sectional football 
playoff games are divided among the participating schools 
with no monies being received by the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 70. 
The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held at Seneca 
High School. Louisville. Kentucky on October 27-28. 1989. 
Expenses incurred were $7,808.81 with receipts of $7,237.00. 

In Cross Country 207 boys' teams entered twenty-four 
regional meets. One hundred ninety-nine girls' teams entered 
all three classes m twenty-three regionals. The expenses 
incurred in sponsoring this sport were $14,050.94 and the 
receipts were $6.21 7.00. Classes A. AA. and AAA were held in 
Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

There were 120 schools competing in Soccer. The State 
Tournament was held in Louisville from November 9-10. 
1989. The receipts were $19,838.00 and expenses incurred 
were $6,629.70. 

There were 54 schools competing in Wrestling in eight 
districts and four regions with the winner and runner-up in 
each weight class advancing to the state finals. The 
championship tournament was held at Atherton High School. 
Expenditures incurred were $13,698.51. The receipts were 
$14,428.00. 

In Swimming seventy-nine girls' teams and seventy-seven 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at The Lancaster Aquatic Center. University of 
Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky on tvlarch 2-3, 1990. The 
receipts were $5,656.00 and the expenses were $6,634.67. 

The gross receipts from the boys' and girls' district 
Basketball tournaments were approximtely $685.591 .20 with 
reported expenses of $177,016.68. while the regional 
tournamentstook in approximately $650,000.00 with reported 
expenses of $1 27.667.50. One boy's district, one boy's region, 
one girl's district and one girl's region have not reported their 
income and expenses at this time. All profits from the District 
and Regional Basketball Tournaments are divided among the 
participating schools with no monies being received by the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. Ticketed 
attendance at the Boys' State Tournament was approximately 
1 23.704 as compared to 1 37,720 for last year. The gross ticket 
receipts this year for the tournament are estimated at 
$858.1 35.00 with expenditures of approximately $232.848.51 . 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament was 
30,416 compared to 32,855 for last year. The gross ticket 
receipts were $135,295.00 with expenditures of approxi- 
mately $93,325.44. A complete report will appear in the audit. 

In the other sports that are to follow, 275 Baseball teams will 
compete in sixty-three districts and sixteen regions; 248 
Softball teams will compete in fourteen regions. There are 



241 schools participating in boys and girls Track in eight 
regions in each classification — A. AA. AAA; 1 41 girls' and 205 
boys' Golf teams will play in 19 regions; 217 girls' and 212 
boys' Tennis teams will play in thirteen regions. State 
championship meets will be held in Baseball at Lexington 
Softball in Owensboro; Track at the University of Kentucky 
girls' at Elizabethtown Country Club. Elizabethtown, boys 
Golf at Lincoln Trails Country Club Golf Course. Vine Grove; 
Tennis at the University of Kentucky. 

For your information, the receipts and expenditures 
incurred during the 1988-89 spring sports season were as 
follows: 



Baseball 

Golf 

Softball 

Tennis 

Track 



A total of 2865 officials registered with the Officials' Division 
of the Association as of March 28. 1990, and the number of 
approved and certified officials in each sport are as follows: 



Receipts 


Expenditures 


9.513.00 


$10,478.83 


0.00 


10.443.15 


3.906.00 


17.882.13 


196.00 


16,171.85 


8.539.00 


55.684.97 





Registered 


Approved 


Certified 


Total 


Baseball 


347 


128 


107 


582 


Basketball 


648 


311 


573 


1532 


Football 


183 


186 


407 


776 


Soccer 


127 


93 


50 


270 


Softball 


234 


83 


26 


343 


Tracks Field 


28 


3 


1 


32 


Volleyball 


47 


30 


13 


90 


Wrestling 


37 


2 


7 


46 



Billy V. Wise conducted twelve clinics in Football and 
seventeen in Basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries conducted five track clinics 
and three volleyball clinics for officials and coaches. Louis 
Stout conducted ten baseball clinics for officials and coaches. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commssioners, the 
Sports Information Director and I are grateful for the 
cooperation the superintendents, principals, athletic 
directors and coaches have given us in running the program 
for the Association. 



Coming In The August & 
September "Athletes" . . . 

CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS IN 

Baseball 

Golf 

SoHball 

Tennis 

Track 




PAGE SIX 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



TENTATIVE 1990-91 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES 



July 30 - August 16 

August 14-21 

August 11-17 

September 10 

October 9-10 

October 1-25 

October 16-17 

October 19-20 

October 22-27 

October 26-27 

October 27 

October 27 - November 20 

October 29 - November 3 

November 3 

November 5-6 

November 8-9 

November 9-10 

November 16-17 

November 23-24 

November 30 - December 1 

December 3 

February 2 

February 4-14 

February 9 

February 15-16 

February 17 

February 25 - March 2 

March 1-2 

March 4-9 

March 13-16 

March 18 

March 20-23 

March 26 - April 11 

April 19 

May 6-11 

May 11 

May 13-18 



May 18 

May 20-25 

May 23-25 

May 25 

May 27 - June 1 

May 30 - June 1 

June 6-7 



Twelve Football Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Three Volleyball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Six Soccer Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

National Federation Part II Exam - Football, Soccer, Volleyball 

Boys' and Girls' Regional Golf Tournaments 

Sixteen Basketball Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Boys' and Girls' State Golf Tournaments 

Regional Volleyball Tournaments 

District Soccer Tournaments 

State Volleyball Tournament 

Regional Cross Country Meets 

Four Wrestling Clinics for Coaches and Officials 

Regional Soccer Tournaments 

State Cross Country Meet 

Sectional Soccer Tournaments 

State Soccer Tournament 

Football District Winners & Runners-Up - Play-Offs 

Football District Winners Play 

Football Regional Winners Play 

Football State Championships (Class A, AA, AAA, AAAA) Louisville 

National Federation Part II Exam - Basketball, Wrestling 

District Wrestling Tournaments 

Eight Baseball Clinics 

Regional Wrestling Tournaments * 

Regional Swimming Meets 

State Wrestling Tournament 

District Basketball Tournaments 

State Swimming Meet 

Regional Basketball Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 

National Federation Part II Exam - Baseball, Softball, Track 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament 

Seven Track Clinics 

Delegate Assembly Meeting 

District Softball Tournaments 

Regional Track Meets 

District Baseball Tournaments 

Regional Softball Tournaments 

Regional Tennis Tournaments 

Sectional Track Meets 

Regional Baseball Tournament 

State Softball Tournament 

State Track Meet 

First Round of State Baseball Tournament 

State Tennis Tournament 

Semi-Finals and Finals of State Baseball Tournament 








From The Commissioner's Office 



\smm®(^^m\ 



TENTATIVE 1990-91 CLINIC SCHEDULE 

Schools and officials are reminded of the Clinic 
Attendance Requirement for Officials in all 
Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, 
Wrestling, Baseball and Track. If any date 
changes from what is listed herein, each official 
and school will be notified. 

Football 

(all clinics begin at 7:30 P.M.) 

7/30 Barboun/ille, Knox Central 

7/31 Hazard, Hazard H.S. 

8/1 Pikeville, Pikeville H.S. 

8/2 Ashland, Kentucky Power Plant 

8/6 Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown H.S. 

8/7 Henderson, Henderson H.S. 

8/8 Mayfield, Mayfield H.S. 

8/9 Hopkinsville, Hopkinsville H.S. 

8/13 Bowling Green, Bowling Green H.S. 

8/14 Louisville, Durrett Education Center 

8/15 Northern Kentucky University 

8/16 Lexington, Henry Clay 

Soccer 

8/1 1 Madisonville, Madisonville H.S. 1 1 :00 A.M. 

8/1 3 Louisville, Trinity H.S., 7:00 P.M. 

8/14 Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown H.S. 

8/15 Covington, Holmes, 7:00 P.M. 

8/16 Lexington, Lafayette, 7:00 P.M. 

8/1 7 Ashland, Paul Blazer H.S., 7:00 P.M. 

Volleyball 

8/14 Louisville, Iroquois H.S., 7:30 P.M. 

8/16 Fort Mitchell, Dixie Heights H.S., 7:30 P.M. 

8/21 Lexington, Sportsworld, 7:30 P.M. 

Basketball 
(all clinics begin at 7:00 p.m.) 
10/1 Somerset, Somerset H.S. 
10/2 Pineville, Bell County H.S. 



10/3 Hazard, Dilce Combs H.S. 
10/4 Prestonsburg, Prestonsburg H.S. 
10/8 Morehead, Rowan County H.S. 
10/9 Ashland, Ashland Community College 
10/10 Maysville, Mason County H.S. 
10/1 1 Northern Kentucky University 
10/15 Owensboro, Apollo H.S. 
10/16 Mayfield, Graves County H.S. 
10/17 Hopkinsville, Hopkinsville H.S. 
10/18 Bowling Green, Bowling Green H.S. 
10/22 New Castle, Henry County H.S. 
10/23 Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown H.S. 
10/24 Louisville, Durrett Education Center 
10/25 Lexington, Henry Clay H.S. 

Wrestling 

10/27 Hopkinsville, Christian County, 1:00 P.M. 

11/3 Northern Kentucky, Conner, 1 :00 P.M. 

11/10 Frankfort, 1:00 P.M. 

11/20 Louisville, KY School f/t Blind, 7:00 P.M. 

Softball and Baseball 

2/4 Lexington, Henry Clay H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/5 Covington, Holmes H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/6 Ashland, Paul Blazer H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/7 Pikeville, Pikeville H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/1 1 London, Laurel County H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/12 Bowling Green, Bowling Green H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/13 Hopkinsville, U.K. Comm. College, 6:00 P.M. 

2/14 Louisville, Atherton H.S., 6:00 P.M. 

2/18 Maysville, Mason County H.S., 7:00 P.M. 

Track 

The track clinic schedule has not been finalized. Attempts 
are being made to incorporate additional clinic sites into 
the schedule. When the final schedule is available, all 
registered officials and participating schools will be notified. 



FOOTBALL SCHOOLS ENCOURAGED TO SUBMIT OPEN DATES 

Now that the alignment for football playing schools beginning in 1991 is complete, all football schools are 
encouraged to notify this office as to open dates in 1991 and 1992. Schools are encouraged to sign two or four 
year contracts, for 1991 and 1992, or 1991 through 1994. A complete list of open dates submitted thus far as well 
as a revised corresponding date chart is included in this month's Notes and Quotes. 

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE 1990 U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

Applications are now available for the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival Regional Trials, and the 1990 USA National 
Team trials for women's basketball. The instructions on the applications should be self-explanatory, and are 
available by calling (719)632-7687. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO JIM WATKINS, LOUISVILLE 

Jim Watkins, former Athletic Director at Southern High School and currently serving as the Interim Coordinator 
of Athletics in Jefferson County, was honored recently by being named as the recipient of the National Federation 
Interscholastic Coaches Association Coach Contributor Distinguished Service Award for the Federation Section 
II. Watkins will be honored at a banquet during the NFICA Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas in July. The 
K.H.S.A.A. knows first hand of Mr. Watkins skills and abilities in helping the youth and the coaches in this state, 
and commend him on this award. 



FOOTBALL CORRESPONDING DATES 

Due to the passage of a referendum to shorten the season, the re-negotiation of many contracts due to the 
1991 realignment, and the expansion of the playoffs to four teams beginning in 1991, many schools are confused 
about the possible playing dates for football games. Below is listed the updated corresponding date chart as it 
will appear in the 1990-91 Handbook. 

Also, by virtue of Delegate Assembly action in 1990, no games may be scheduled or played at any level 
following the Saturday of the week preceding the First Round of the playoffs. 





1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


1995 


FINALS 


11/30 


12/6 


12/4 


12/3 


12/2 


12/1 


SEMI-FINALS 


11/23 


11/29 


11/27 


11/26 


11/25 


11/24 


REGION 


11/16 


11/22 


11/20 


11/19 


11/18 


11/17 


SECOND ROUND 


11/9 


11/15 


11/13 


11/12 


11/11 


11/10 


FIRST ROUND** 


11/2 


11/8 


11/6 


11/5 


11/4 


11/3 


Week 10 


10/26 


11/1 


10/30 


10/29 


10/28 


10/27 


Week 9 


10/19 


10/25 


10/23 


10/22 


10/21 


10/20 


Weeks 


10/12 


10/18 


10/16 


10/15 


10/14 


10/13 


Week? 


10/5 


10/11 


10/9 


10/8 


10/7 


10/6 


Week 6 


9/28 


10/4 


10/2 


10/1 


9/30 


9/29 


Weeks 


9/21 


9/27 


9/25 


9/24 


9/23 


9/22 


Week 4 


9/14 


9/20 


9/18 


9/17 


9/16 


9/15 


Weeks 


9/7 


9/13 


9/11 


9/10 


9/9 


9/8 


Week 2 


8/31 


9/6 


9/4 


9/3 


9/2 


9/1 


Weekl 


8/24 


8/30 


8/28 


8/27 


8/26 


8/25 


** 


8/17 


(For 1990 season only) 







** Due to passage of a referendum which shortened the football season to ten weeks, there are no regular 
season playing dates which correspond to August 17 or November 2, 1990. The November 2 date will be lost 
due to the expansion of the playoffs to include the top four teams in each district. It is important to remember 
that beginning in 1 991 , there will be only ten (1 0) weeks in which to play the legal limit of ten (1 0) games. 

SPORTS MEDICINE SYMPOSIUMS 

The primary schedule has been announced for the Medical Symposiums which are a bi-annual requirement for 
Head coaches in all sports. According to the Kentucky Medical Association, the Symposium will be required by 
the State Board of Education for cheerleading sponsors beginning in 1991, therefore many sponsors may wish to 
go ahead and satisfy the requirement this year. For ALL other Head Coaches, if you did not attend a Symposium 
in 1989, you will be required to attend in 1990. In accordance with By-Law 27, you must attend at least once 
every two years or face sanctions as outlined in the By-Law. The following dates and sites have been sanctioned 

June 2, Elizabethtown Surgical Center; Ms. Helen Bennett, Chairperson; 708 Westport Road, Elizabethtown, 

42701, (502)737-5200 
June 9, University of Louisville; Raymond Shea, M.D., Chairman, Audobon Medical Plaza #150, Louisville, 

40217, (502)637-3636 
June 16, Eastern Kentucky University; Mary Ireland, M.D., Chairperson, 1800 South Limestone #101, 

Lexington, 40503, (606)276-5266 
June 22, Madisonville; James M. Bowles, M.D., Chairman, Trover Clinic, Madisonville, 42431, (502)825-7435 
June 23, Paintsville; Mary Ireland, M.D., Chairperson, 1800 South Limestone #101, Lexington, 40503, 

(606)276-5266 
June 30, Murray, Murray-Calloway County Hospital; Ms. Kathy Pierce, Chairperson, Murray-Calloway County 

Hospital, 803 Poplar, Murray, 42071, (502)762-1384 
July 6, University of Kentucky; James M. Ray, M.D., Chairman, UK Medical Plaza, E-110, Lexington, 40536, 

(606)257-3232 
July 20 and 21, Northern Kentucky University. Mike Miller, M.D., Chairman, Sports Medicine Clinic, St. 

Elizabeth Hospital North, 401 East2bth, Covington, 41014, (606)292-4000. 
Further details will be mailed to each school by the Symposium sites. 

OPEN DATES SOLICITED FOR FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

Please submit your open football dates to the K.H.S.A.A. office so that we may again compile a list to assist 
you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a 
contact name and daytime phone number. The following dates have been submitted - 
August 17 or 18 - Boone County, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school, (606)283-2795. Boyd 

County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. Madison Central, Contact Coach Mike Elkin 

at the high school. Tates Creek, Contact Coach Joe Ruddell at (606)272-1513. Webster County, Contact 

Coach Jay Cobb (502)639-6083. 
August 24 or 25 - LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the high school, (502)358-3195. Madison Central, 

Contact Coach Mike Elkin at the high school. Raceland, Contact Coach Bill Ross at (606)836-8221. Tates 

Creek, Contact Coach Joe Ruddell at (606)272-1513. 



August 31 or September 1 - Cairo (IL) High Scliool, Contact Bob Conroy, A.D., (618)734-2187, Corbin, 
Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, Fairdaie, contact Coach Mike Fletcher, 
(502)473-8248. Frankfort, contact Coach Raymond Webb, (502)223-8030. Madison Central, Contact Coach 
Mike Elkin at the high school. Mt. Healthy, in Cincinnati, has approximately 525 boys in the top three grades, 
contact Jim Reynolds, (513)729-0130. Pineville, Contact Coach Neal Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. 
Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at (614)574-2527. 

September 7 or 8 - Boyd County, Contact David Bayes at the high school, (606)928-6474. Corbin, Contact 
Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143. Fleming-Neon, Contact David Jones (606)855-7597. 
Frankfort, contact Coach Raymond Webb, (502)223-8030. Lincoln County, Contact Coach Larry Phillips 
(606)365-9111. Mt. Healthy, in Cincinnati, has approximately 525 boys in the top three grades. Contact Jim 
Reynolds, (513)729-0130. Perry Central, Indiana, Contact Jim Hohlt. A.D. at (317)882-4229. Stubenville, in 
Stubenville, Ohio, Contact the Athletic Director, Reno Saccoccia, at (614)283-11 71. Withrow, in Cincinnati, 
Ohio, Contact Dale Mueller, Football Coach at (513)533-5733. 

September 14 or 15 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school. Stebbins, 
in Dayton, Contact the Athletic Director at (513)237-4260. 

September 21 or 22 - Henderson County, contact Randy Reece, (502)827-2506, or (502)826-5289. Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf, Small schools only, need call School, (606)236-5132, or (606)236-9473, contact A.D. Paul 
Smiley at either of these phone numbers. Portsmouth East, in Portsmouth, Contact John Little, (614)776- 
3278. 

September 28 or 29 - Boone County High School, Contact Coach Owen Hauck at the high school. Central 
Hardin in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. Pineville, Contact Coach Neal 
Pucciarelli at (606)337-2361. Wheelersburg, in Wheelersburg, Ohio, Contact Jim Gill, Athletic Director at 
(614)574-2527. 

October 5 and 6 - Corbin, Contact Coach Larry Adams (606)528-3902, or (606)528-3143, Elkhorn City, Contact 
A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417. Portsmouth West, Contact Paul Meeker, Athletic Director at (614)858- 
6669. Webster County, Contact Coach Jay Cobb (502)639-6083. 

October 12 and 13 - LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the high school, (502)358-3195. Marion County, 
Contact Sam Simpson, (502)692-6066. 

October 19 and 20 - Bardstown High School, Contact Coach Garnis Martin at (502)348-1673, Central Hardin 
in Elizabethtown, Contact Dale Campbell, Principal, (502)862-3924. LaRue County, Contact Phil Eason at the 
high school, (502)358-3195. Portsmouth, in Portsmouth, Ohio, Contact Jim Branham, Athletic Director at 
(614)354-2500. Rock Hill in Ironton, Ohio (approximately 650 students). Contact Chris Lester, Athletic Director 
at (614)533-3417. 

October 26 and 27 - Oldham County, Contact Tom Peterson, Athletic Director at (502)222-9775. Sweetwater, 
in Sweetwater, TN. Approximately 450 students. Contact Bill Dupes, (615)337-3037. 

November 2 and 3 - Elkhorn City, Contact A.D. Jerry Childers, (606)854-7417, Madisonville, Contact A.D. J.E. 
Barlow, (502)825-6017. Fleming-Neon, Contact David Jones (606)855-7597. Owensboro, Contact Jack 
Hicks, Athletic Director at (502)686-1016. 

FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT FITTING CLINIC TO BE HELD 

There will be a special clinic sponsored by the Athletic Equipment Managers Association on Tuesday, June 1 2, 
at the Hyatt Regency in Indianapolis. This clinic is FREE OF CHARGE and is for coaches, trainers, and anyone 
interested in football or athletic equipment. Discussions and seminars will be held on fitting football helmets, 
fitting football shoes, fitting shoulder pads, and proper laundry techniques. For further information, contact Jeff 
Boss, LSU Football Offices, Baton Rouge, LA 70894. 

A.C.T. TEST DATES FOR 1 990-92 

The A.C.T. test schedule for the near future is as follows: 

LATE DEADLINE 

05/25/90 

10/15/90 

11/26/90 

01/28/91 

04/1/91 

05/24/91 

10/11/91 

12/2/91 

01/27/92 

03/30/92 

06/01/92 
Athletic Directors and school officials should pay special attention to these dates and encourage your athletes to 
schedule their test dates away from potential conflicts with district, regional or state athletic events. 

OHIO STATE AGAIN TO SPONSOR ATHLETIC TRAINING WORKSHOP 

O.S.U. in Columbus, OH, is sponsoring an athletic training camp, June 17-22, 1990. For further information, 
contact Linda W. Daniel, Workshop Director, (614)292-7860. 



TEST DATE 


REG. DEADLINE 


06/ 9/90 


05/11/90 


10/27/90 


09/28/90 


12/8/90 


11/9/90 


02/ 9/91 


01/11/91 


04/13/91 


03/15/91 


06/ 8/91 


05/10/91 


10/26/91 


09/27/91 


12/14/91 


11/15/91 


02/ 8/92 


01/10/92 


04/11/92 


03/13/92 


06/13/92 


05/15/92 



S.A.T. TEST DATES FOR 1990-91 

The S.A.T. test schedule for the near future is as follows: 

TEST DATE REG. DEADLINE 

1 1 /03/90 09/28/90 

12/1/90 10/26/90 

01/26/91 12/21/90 

03/16/91 02/08/91 

05/04/91 03/29/91 

06/1/91 04/26/91 

Athletic Directors and school officials should pay special attention to these dates and encourage your athletes to 
schedule their test dates away from potential conflicts with district, regional or state athletic events. 

CHANGE IN ACT SCORING SHOULD BE NOTED BY COUNSELORS 

From the NCAA, this is intended to serve as an addendum to the Guide to College Freshman Eligibility 
Requirements for Division I and II Institutions. One component of these initial eligibility requirements is the 
requirement that a prospect must achieve a minimum score on the ACT or SAT. Please note that because the 
ACT has developed a new format and score scale for the teat, the minimum required score (for purposes of initial 
eligibility) for ACT tests administered subsequent to October 1, 1989 is 18 rather than 15. This is because, 
according to concordance tables published and distributed by the ACT agency, the concordant value of the 
previously required composite score of 15 is 18. Please note that this does not represent an increase in the 
required ACT score, but only recognizes the fact that a score of 18 on the new test is equivalent to a score of 15 
on the previous test. 

AMY DODRILL SELECTED DREAMER AND DOER 

Amy Dodrill of Prospect was named Kentucky's Dreamer and Doer following a meeting of the State Selection 
Committee in Lexington on May 10. Chris Manus of Williamsburg was named runner-up. Wait Disney World 
National Dreamers and Doers is a student recognition program co-sponsored by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations and administered in Kentucky by the K.H.S.A.A. 

Students are honored for their participation in interscholastic activity programs and demonstration of the 4 C's, 
curiosity, confidence, courage and constancy, which are the cornerstones of the program. 

All of the State Dreamer and Doer winners will attend an expense paid, multi day educational event and award 
ceremony, August 15-18, at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. 

SUMMER OFFICIATING CAMP/CLINICS TO BE HELD IN FOOTBALL 

Three camps/clinics have been scheduled at this time in football. As part of the new Sectional Director 
Program, these clinics will be phased in over the next few years, and will eventually be a requirement in some 
form in order to officiate varsity contests. Those of you who are accessible to these areas and are serious about 
improving as officals should strongly consider attending. 

July 21 - Elizabethtown High School (one day, 8:30 - 5:00), contact George Mercker, 2907 Iris Way, Louisville, 

40220, (502)451-8399 (H). or (502)589-6383(0). Clinic fee will be $10. 
July 28 - Johnson Central High School (one day, 8:30 - 5:00), contact John Radjunas, 342 N. Maysville Street, 

Mt. Sterling, 40353, (606)498-4830 (H) or (606)498-8768 (W). Clinic fee will be $20. 
August 4 - Corbin High School (one day, 8:30 - 5:00), contact John Radjunas, 342 N. Maysville Street, Mt. 
Sterling, 40353, (606)498-4830 (H) or (606)498-8768 (W). Clinic fee will be $20. 

OPEN DATES FOR BASKETBALL SCHOOLS 

Please submit your open basketball dates to the K.H.S.A.A. office so that we may again compile a list to assist 
you in scheduling. Please submit these open dates in writing and include 1) the game date desired, and 2) a 
contact name and daytime phone number. The following games have been requested - 
Christian County Boys, November 30, December 11 , December 18, and December 21, 1990, and January 29 

and February 21, 1991, Contact Lyie Dunbar, (502)887-1116; 
Fort Campbell Boys, January 18, January 29 and February 15, 1991, Contact Mickey Fischer, (615)431-5056; 
Madison Central Boys, January 11 and January 18, 1991, Contact Don Richardson at the high school; 
Mater Dei (Breese, !L), December 26-29, a sixteen team, double elimination tournament for boys' teams, needs 

two teams, contact Dennis Trame or Curt Winter (618)526-7216; 
Oldham County Boys, December 14, 1990, January 15, February 8, and February 19, contact Tom Peterson, 

A.D., (502)222-9461; 
Russell Girls, January 10 and January 14, 1991, contact Jerry Klaiber, A.D., (606)836-0369; Russell is also 

interested in playing in a holiday tournament, contact Mr. Klaiber for details. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



PAGE SEVEN 



J.B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Stacey Spake, Elkhorn City 

The J.B. Mansfield Award for 1 990 was won by Miss Stacey 
Spake of Elkfiorn City. Miss Spake has been involved in a 
myriad of school activities and clubs within the school and 
community, as well as maintaining a near perfect scholastic 
average. As a senior, she was an invaluable part of her team's 
charge through the District and Regional Tournaments, and 
led the Cinderella Lady Cougars into the Semi-Final round of 
the 1 990 Girls State Basketball Tournament before their heart 
stopping loss at the hands of Louisville Southern. 

The J.B. Mansfield Award is given annually by the Louisville 
Courier-Journal in memory of Mr. Joe Billy Mansfield, 
long-time Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
employee who served as an Assistant Commissioner from 
1949 to 1972, and as Commissioner from 1972 until his ill 
health forced him to leave the Association in December of 
1975. A committee of school personnel from throughout the 
state selects the winner from the participant in the Girls' State 
Tournament who excels in four areas: basketball ability, 
sportsmanship, academic accomplishments, and citizenship. 

Winners of the award have been -- 

1975 - Donna Murphy, Newport 

1976 - Sue Dickman, Covington Holy Cross 

1977 - Debbie Johnson, Tates Creek 

1978 - Irene Moore, Breathitt County 

1979 - Beth Wilkerson, Pans 

1980 - Jackie Bearden, Dixie Heights 

1981 - Laura Seay, Marshall County 

1982 - Lisa Jarrett, Marshall County 

1983 - Tiphanie Bates, Whitesburg 

1984 - Sabrina Tussey, Belfry 

1985 - Dina Disney, Meade County 

1986 - Lisa Doyle, Mason County 

1987 - Angel Stevens, Breathitt County 

1988 - Chanin Gillock, East Hardin 

1989 - Julie Morrison, Boone County 

1990 - Stacey Spake, Elkhorn City 




Demelria Bright, Henry Clay 

Senior Demetria Bright of Lexington Henry Clay led the well 
balanced Lady Devils on their march through Bowling Green 
enroute to claiming the Girls State Basketball Tournament 
championship. For her efforts. Bright was rewarded with the 
Most Valuable Player award in the tournament, a four game 
set which saw her score 54 points and puil down 29 
rebounds, including a 22 point, 8 rebound performance in the 
championship game. "Meechie" as she is known to the Henry 
Clay student body, has been successful throughout her 
playing career leading her temas to county-wide junior high 
titles, and leading the Lady Devils to three consecutive state 
tournament berths. 

Winners of the award have been -- 
Boys' Tournament 

1981 - Troy McKinley, Simon Kenton 

1982 - Todd May, Virgie 

1983 - Steve Miller, Henry Clay 

1984 - Fred Tisdale, Logan County 

1985 - Wendell Queries, Hopkinsville 

1986 - Reggie Hanson, Pulaski County 

1987 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1988 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 
■ Andy Penick, Pleasure Ridge Park 
- Jermaine Brown, Fairdale 



1989- 
1990- 

Girls' 

1981 
1982 
1983 
1984 
1985 
1986 
1987 
1988 
1989 
1990 



Tournament 

- Lori Hines, Pulaski County 

- Maria Poschinger, Mercy Academy 

- Clemette Haskins, Warren Central 

- Carol Parker, Marshall County 

- Annette Jones, Atherton 

- Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 

- Joretta Carney, Laurel County 

- Lisa Harrison, Southern 

- Kim Jones, Clay County 

- Demetria Bright, Henry Clay 



K.H.S.A.A. SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 

Instituted in 1 985, the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sweet Sixteen Academic Scholarship Awards are designed to 
honor one or more participant(s) in the Boys' and Girls' State Tournaments who have excelled in the classroom and on the 
basketball floor. The awards are in the form of financial assistance to be used at the Kentucky college or university of the recipient's 
choice to help offset educational expenses. For 1990, the Dawahares stores provided the funds for a $1000 scholarship to a 
participant in the boys and a participant in the girls state tournament, and two additional scholarships were provided tor 
participants in the girls' tournament by the Bowling Green Sweet Sixteen Organizing Committee through the Citizens Bank of 
Bowling Green. 

For the 1990 Girls' tournament, three winners were selected, all of whom had excellent academic qualifications and extra- 
curricular involvements. The awards presented by the Citizens Bank went to Miss Shana Dean of Logan County, and Miss Beth 
Kincer of Fleming-Neon. The Dawahares winner was Miss Rachel Burdin of Ohio County. At the Boys' Tournament, Robbie Fulks 
of George Rogers Clark (Clark County) was recognized as the recipient. Like the winners at the Girls' Tournament, Fulks 
possesses excellent academic skills, and a quality record of out of class involvements. 



Winners of the awards have been -- 
Boys' Tournament 

1985 - Chip Nixon, Metcalfe County 

1986 - Jeff Baldwin, Paintsville 

- John Calvert, Hopkinsville 

- Justin Hancock, Paducah Tilghman 

1987 - Jerry Butler, Mason County 

- Mike Minix, Paintsville 

- Chris Turner, Warren Central 



1988 - Jeff Whitney, Warren East 

- Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1989 - Travis McAfee, Madisonville 

1990 - Robbie Fulks, Clark County 

Girls' Tournament 

1985 - Tammy Golden, Whitley County 

1986 - Jana Newman, Wayne County 



1987 - Kelly Smith, Laurel County 

1988 - Sarah Murphy, Boone County 

- Candace Sturgill, Fleming-Neon 

1989 - Alicia Rainey, George Rogers Clark 

Lisa Weissmueller, Henry Clay 

1990 - Rachel Burdin, Ohio County 

Shana Dean, Logan County 
Beth Kincer, Fleming-Neon 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



TED SANFORD AWARD 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD 




Terry Gray, Clay County 

For 1990, Terry Gray of Clay County was named the 
recipient of the Ted Sanford Award Terry was a standout 
performer for Bobby Keith's Tigers, and played in the state 
tournament during each year of his high school career 
Though somewhat overshadowed by some of his former 
teammates. Gray was an integral part of Clay County's 
domination of the 13th Regional Tournament during recent 
seasons An active participant in many school and community 
activities. Gray also excelled in the classroom 

The Ted Sanford Award is given annually by the Courier 
Journal in memory of Mr. Ted Sanford. the first Commissioner 
of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association who served 
as Secretary-Treasurer of the K.H.S.A.A. for ten years before 
becoming Commissioner, a position he held from 1947 until 
his retirement in 1 972. A committee of school personnel from 
throughout the state selects the winner from the participant in 
the Boys State Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, sportsmanship, academic accomplish- 
ments, and citizenship. 




Jermaine Brown, Fairdale 



Inaugurated in 1981. the Lexington Herald -Leader annually 
presents the Most Valuable Player Awards to the participant 
in the Boys and Girls tournaments who is voted most valuable 
by a panel of media representatives and the participating 
coaches in the tournaments Unofficial Most Valuable Player 
recognition had been given by various sources prior to 1981 . 

The Most Valuable Player for the 1 990 Boys' Sweet Sixteen 
State Basketball Tournament was junior Jermaine Brown of 
Louisville Fairdale Brown was a primary catalyst on Coach 
Stan Hardin's team, but was by no means the only cog in that 
finely tuned basketball machine known as the 1989-90 
Bulldogs. His leadership was an important part of the 
Bulldogs' success story, and his performance on the floor 
was certainly worthy of the awards he has received. During 
the four games of the state tournament. Brown tallied 66 
points, pulled down 32 rebounds, blocked 13 shots, had 11 
steals and handed out 8 assists. 



Winners of the award have been -- 

1973 - Rickey Witherspoon. Hickman County 

1974 - Ronnie Watt. Warren East 

1975 - Jerry Lee Britt. Warren East 

1976 - Tim Stephens. McCreary Central 

1977 - Jeff Lamp. Louisville Ballard 

1978 - Mike George. Shelby County 

1979 - Dirk Minnifield. Lafayette 

1980 - Dicky Beal, Covington Holmes 

1981 - Allen Feldhaus. Jr.. Mason County 



1982 - Kelly Middleton. Mason County 

1983 - Phillip Hall. Carlisle County 

1984 - Jeff Royce, Bourbon County 

1985 - Spence Shipley, Doss 

1986 - Terry North, Hazard 

1987 - Richie Farmer, Clay County 

1988 - Scott Boley, LaRue County 

1989 - Michael Burd, Hart County 

1990 - Terry Gray. Clay County 



KHSAA SWEET SIXTEEN ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 




Robbie Fulks, Clark County Rachel Burdin, Ohio County Shana Dean, Logan County Beth Kincer, Fleming-Neon 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



PAGE NINE 



HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL — GIRLS' CHAMPIONS 
1989-90 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




BACK ROW: Mollis Bulleit, Robin Anderson, Jena Ramsey, Coacli Bob Young, Jill Schultz, Kim Wilson, 
Jennifer Brooks. FRONT ROW: Holly Coppinger, Caroline Powell, Megan Kleine. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPIONS 
1989-90 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



State Swimming Standouts 




TALOR BENDEL - BEECHWOOD 
Outstanding Female Competitor 
(Presented by Karen Vanover) 



CHRIS JOHN- ST. XAVIER 
Outstanding Male Competitor 
(Presented by Karen Vanover) 





JOEL CYGANIZWICZ - ELIZABETHTOWN 

Girls Coach of the Year 

(Presented by Karen Vanover) 



MARTY OTOOLE - ST. XAVIER 

Boys Coach of the Year 
(Presented by Karen Vanover) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 PAGE ELEVEN 

State Tennis Tournament 

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucl<y 
May 31, June 1 & 2, 1990 

TIME SCHEDULE 

Thursday, May 31, 1990 

11:00 — Coaches Meeting and Briefing Session, K.H.S.A.A. Office 
12:30 — Competition begins and continues throughout day and evening 
(if necessary) through quarterfinals of singles and doubles. 

, ,„„„ BOYS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER 

Friday, June 1,1990 - Joe Kroh 




9:00 a.m. — Competition continues in singles and doubles 



Saturday, June 2, 1990 

9:00 a.m. — Doubles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
10:30 a.m. — Singles Semi-finals (Boys and Girls) 
12:00 p.m. — Doubles-finals (Boys and Girls) 

1 :30 — Singles (Girls) - Finals followed by the Boys Singles Finals at approx. 2:30 p.m 
(a change in schedule may occur in case of inclement weather) 



GIRLS' TOURNAMENT MANAGER 
- Kathy Johnston 



:LiA^ 



WRESTLING RULE CHANGES 
ANNOUNCED FOR 1990-91 SEASON 




High school wrestlers may be given permission to compete witn hair longer tnan tne snirt collar in back and earlobe level on the 
sides. 

With approval of their state association, wrestlers with hair longer than the shirt collar and earlobes can compete, as long as the 
hair is contained in a cover. This changes takes effect with the 1990-91 high school wrestling season. 

This change, as well as several others, was made by the National Federation Wrestling Rules Committee at its March 27-28 
meeting in Kansas City. 

The cover for the hair must either be a part of the headgear or worn under the headgear. It also must be of a solid material and 
non-abrasive. 

"The hair rule was never intended to eliminate contestants from competition," said Fritz McGinness, associate director of the 
National Federation and editor of the high school wrestling rules. "However, it is necessary to have the hair off of the shoulders so 
as not to interfere with ordinary wrestling holds." 

Rules 5-2-1 and 5-2-3 were changed and now state that takedown or reversal can be scored as long as the feet of the scoring 
contestant remain in bounds. McGinness said these changes were made to allow for increased activity at the edge of the mat. 

A change in Rule 6-2-2 addresses a problem with one match immediately following another match in dual-meet competition. 
The rule now states that wrestlers must be ready to go onto the mat immediately when called by the referee. 

Rule 7-3-1 now states that when an individual assumes an incorrect starting position or makes a false start, he now will be 
granted two cautions prior to his opponent receiving one point. 

"Rule 7-3-1 was adjusted last year to allow for the referee to make a correction prior to giving a caution, but it was only for an 
incorrect starting position, McGinness said. "That correction now has been removed, and the rule allows for two cautions. It now 
allows two mistakes to occur prior to an individual being penalized when either a false start occurs or an individual assumes an 
incorrect starting position." 

Overtime criteria in Rule 1 0-4-4 has been adjusted and now includes the addition of a technical violation for an illegal hold. No 
changes were made in the first six criteria. No. 7 will now address illegal holds, and No. 8 will address technical violations. The 
current criterion No. 7 becomes No. 1 1 . 

Almost 250,000 students compete in wrestling at more than 8,000 high schools in the United States. Following is a complete list 
of the major changes for 1990-91 approved by the National Federation Wrestling Rules Committee. 

RULE 4-2-1 : Exception permissible for the hair-length rule. 

RULE 5-2-1 : A takedown can be scored with the feet of the scoring contestant in bounds. 

RULE 5-2-3: A reversal can be scored with the feet of the scoring contestant in bounds. 

RULE 6-2-2: In dual meets, wrestlers must be ready to go onto the mat immediately when called by the referee. 

RULE 6-4: Coach has authorization to default a match. 

RULE 6-5-2: Delete rule which does not allow wrestler to shake hands with referee and opposing coach at conclusion of match. 

RULE 7-3-1: When assuming an incorrect starting position or making a false start, two cautions will be allowed. 

RULE 10-4-4: Adjustments made in overtime criteria by the addition of technical violations and illegal holds. 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1990 



[RiLEA^ 



National Catastrophic Injury Consensus 
Group Makes Several Recommendations 




KANSAS CITY, MO (May 11, 1990) — Efforts to reduce catastropic injuries In all high school sports must be 
increased through more education, communication and improved data collection, according to recommendations 
from 70 individuals who attended the National Catastrophic Injury Consensus Meeting held May 6-8 in Kansas City. 

Representatives from 25 state high school associations, experts in sports medicine and research, sports 
equipment manufacturers and high school coaches and administrators met to discuss ways to further reduce 
catastrophic injuries which have stabilized over the last 20 years due to equipment improvement, rules changes and 
better coaching techniques. 

Participants were invited by officials of the National Federation of State High School Associations, which 
sponsored the consensus meeting. The participants reached a consensus that there are inherent educational 
benefits from participating in interscholastic activities that transcend potential risks. These risks could include 
catastrophic and non-catastrophic injuries to high school athletes. 

The group also agreed that a catastrophic injury is defined this way: All fatalities plus any injuries resulting in 
impairment which lead to a significant decrease m economic productivity, general quality of life and/or precludes 
the normal performance of activities of daily living. These include, but are not limited to, the spine/spinal cord 
and/or head injuries resulting in impairment of physical and/or mental functions. 

With safety of the high school athlete the utmost concern, the group recommended: 

• Development of a National Sports Medicine Resource Council to serve in an advisory capacity to the National 
Federation of State High School Associations 

• Review of current rules by each sports rule committee in relationship to the impact on playersafety, as wellas 
continue to emphasize to game officials the importance of enforcing the existing rules. 

• Consideration by every high school of the feasibility and possibility of providing an athletic trainer on staff who 
IS certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association. 

• Requirement of sports medicine-oriented first-aid courses for all coaches. 

• Improved and standardized physical examination forms as well as medical history forms for the high 
school athlete. 

• Instruction for coaches on how to teach players approved safety techniques. 

• Development of educational information on safety, such as videotapes, which would be distributed not only to 
coaches, but to players, game officials, parents and all youth sports leagues. 

• A study to determine whether the long-term needs of the catastrophically injured athlete are being 
adequately met. 

• An improved system of data collection, interpretation, distribution and utilization of statistics about 
catastrophic injuries through the cooperation of the network already in place that collects sports medicine 
and catastrophic injury research data. 

• Establishment of an ongoing dialogue with the media and express concern about the glorification of 
aggressive and violent behavior in athletics. 



DON'T 
FORGET! 

Deadline For 

Officials' 
Re-registration 

June 30, 1990 




During the 1989-90 school year, we are very pleased to have the opportunity to 
provide accident insurance coverage for students attending the following high 
schools: 



Adair County 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Assumption 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bethlehem 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Bracken County 

Breckinridge County 

Buckhorn 

Bullitt Central 

Bullin East 

Burgin 

Caldwell County 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

Cawood 

Clinton County 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Cumberland 

Cumberland County 

Danville 



Daviess County 

Dayton 

De Sales 

Dilce Combs 

Drakesboro 

East Hardin 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairview 

Fleming-Neon 

Fordsville 

Fulton County 

Garrard County 

Glasgow 

Graham 

Graves County 

Grayson County 

Greenup County 

Harlan 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Henderson County 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Holy Rosary 

Hughes-Kirk 

Jenkins 



Jessamine County 

Johnson Central 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Larue County 

Laurel County 

Lawrence County 

Letcher 

Lincoln County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Logan County 

Ludlow 

M.C.Napier 

Madison Central 

Madison Southern 

Magoffin County 

Marion County 

Marshall County 

Mason County 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

McLean County 

Meade County 

Menifee County 

Middlesboro 

Montgomery County 

Morgan County 

Muhlenberg Central 

Murray 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Central Catholic 

Nicholas County 



North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Paul Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 

Pulaski County 

Raceland 

Rockcastle County 

Rose Hill Christian 

Russell County 

Russellville 

Sheldon Clark 

Somerset 

St. Xavier 

Todd County Central 

Trigg County 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Union County 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Hardin 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Woodford County 



It has been our pleasure working with the following high schools for at least 10 
years (some for 15 years). Thank you for the continued confidence you place 
with us. 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Evarts 

Fordsville 

Glasgow 

Harlan 

Harrodsburg 

Hazard 

Henderson County 

Highlands 

Holy Cross (Louisville) 

Jenkins 

Kentucky School f/t Deaf 

Laurel County 

Lincoln County 

M.C.Napier 

McLean County 

Meade County 



Ballard Memorial 

Bath County 

Bethlehem 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Breckinridge County 

Buckhorn 

Bullitt Central 

Bullitt East 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

Cawood 

Clinton County 

Corbin 

Cumberland 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dilce Combs 

East Hardin 



Middlesboro 

Nelson County 

Newport Central Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Bullitt 

North Hardin 

Ohio County 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Pineville 

Rockcastle County 

Russell County 

Russellville 

Somerset 

St. Xavier 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Wayne County 

West Hardin 



We appreciate the opportunity to offer our football, athletic and student 
accident insurance plans to Kentucky High Schools. 

Call us, toll free, to discuss insurance programs for your school. 



SCHOLASTIC INSURORS, INC. 

1 - 800 - 872 - 1953 

PO Box 3194 

Johnson City, TN 37601 




231 West Main St. (502) 651-5143 
Glasgow, Ky. 42142-0498 ^ 1-800-274-4373 



Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
PO Box 22280 
Lexington, KY 40522 



Non-Profit Org. 
US. Postage 

PAID 
Richmond, KY 
Permit No. 108